IL DMV Mailing Address

IL DMV Mailing Address

IL DMV Mailing Address is, 213 State Capitol Springfield, IL 62756.

How do I contact the Illinois DMV?

If you need further information, please contact the Secretary of State’s office by phone at 800-252-8980 (Illinois only) or by completing the Driver’s License contact form or the Title and Registration contact form.

What is needed to change address at DMV Illinois?

In addition to your license, you will need to bring acceptable Illinois DMV change of address documents. You will need one form of proof of residency for a standard Illinois license or ID and two documents for a REAL ID. This can include a bank statement, insurance policy, pay stub, or official mail.

Can I go to any DMV in Illinois?

If you are in Illinois, a duplicate driver’s license can be issued at any Driver Services Facility in the state. You will need to present acceptable identification and pay a fee.

Can I go to Illinois DMV without appointment?

Vehicle-related transactions, such as license plate sticker renewal and title and registration, are walk-in services and do not require an appointment.

What do you need for DMV Illinois?

Drivers ages 18 and older:

  •     Acceptable Identification documents.
  •     Meet all eligibility requirements, listed in the Illinois Rules of the Road.
  •     Liability Insurance Card (if taking drive exam)
  •     Payment of appropriate fee via cash, check or credit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa)

Can I get a real ID at any DMV in Illinois?

To determine what facilities require an appointment or to make an appointment, please visit Secretary of State Facility Appointments. All Driver Services facilities are issuing REAL IDs, with the exception of mobile units and express facilities (Diversey, Lockport, Orland Township, Rockford Auburn St. and Roscoe).

What services are available at the DMV in Illinois?

  • Driver Services
  • Driver’s License/State ID Card Renewal.
  • Safe Driver Renewal.
  • Address Change.
  • CDL Testing.
  • Driving Record Abstract.
  • Duplicate Driver’s License/State ID Card.
  • Emergency Contact Database.
  • Facility Finder.

Source: IL DMV