How do you replace or renew learners permits in Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania

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Renewing and Replacing a Pennsylvania Learners Permit

If your Pennsylvania (PA) drivers permit expires before you pass the written examination, you can renew the permit. Also, you can replace the permit if it becomes lost or damaged.

To renew or replace your PA driving permit, visit the nearest Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) service center.

Renewed learners permits are good for one year.

Complete Form DL-31 to replace your learners permit. Fill in details on the form including:

  • Your first and last name.
  • Your home address (including street, city, state and zip code).
  • Your telephone number.
  • Your date of birth.
  • The reason you need the permit replaced (i.e. original permit damaged, lost).
If you are younger than18 years old, your parents will have to sign Form DL-31 stating that they approve of you replacing your learners permit.

PennDOT will issue you the replaced or renewed permit while you are at the service center. It cost $5 to replace or to renew a PA learners permit. Pay fees by making out a check or money order to PennDOT.

Should you choose to do so, you can mail money orders or checks to:

PennDOT
P.O. Box 68272
Harrisburg, PA 17106-8272

You do not have to study the practice permit test or retake the written examination to replace or renew the permit. Be sure to renew or replace your permit before it’s time to test for your drivers license.

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