How do I update my Tennessee driver license if I currently have an expired license? Tennessee

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Update Your Expired Tennessee Driver License

If you have an expired license you will need to visit a Tennessee Department of Safety (TN DOS) driver licensing station. A list of driver licensing stations is at the DOS website. Visit one quickly, as driving without a valid TN drivers license could cause you to receive a traffic ticket and fines.

Provide proof of residency, citizenship, and identity to complete the reinstate license process.

Documents that prove your citizenship and identity include your:

  • Birth certificate
  • Valid United States passport
  • Official naturalization or citizenship certificates (i.e. N550, N560)
Acceptable documents that you can use to prove you are a resident of TN so that you can finalize the license renewal process and receive your new TN drivers license are:

  • Recent utility bill
  • Bank statement
  • Pay stub
  • TN voter registration card

License Expired for Six Months or Longer?


If your TN driver license is expired for six or more months, take and pass the vision screening and the written examination. You will also be required to retake the driving portion of the license test.

Pay the driver license fee and have your photo taken at the driver licensing center so that you can receive your driver license. TN driver licenses expire after five years.

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