News from Representative Luria

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Dear Friend,

During this public health emergency, my team and I are working to provide you with the most timely and helpful information. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DMV is allowing Virginians to renew their driver’s license or ID card for two years by applying through their website. After the two-year credential expires, you may visit the DMV to renew it for five or eight years. If you have already made an in-person appointment for a two-year renewal, the DMV requests that you cancel it to allow those that require in-person appointments to schedule them.

The DMV is currently notifying those who are eligible to take advantage of this opportunity. Customers who are ineligible for this two-year renewal option and must renew their credentials in person include:

  • Those who hold a limited duration license issued for one year or for a period of authorized stay in the US;
  • Those who are required to register in accordance with Va. Code Chapter 9 of Title 9.1.; and,
  • Those who have a school bus endorsement.

An online, two-year driver’s license renewal will cost $8, and an identification card (ID) renewal will cost $4. To renew either document online, please click here.

Those who would like to renew their credential for five or eight years, or need a REAL ID-compliant license or ID, must make an appointment at for in-person service.

Please know that my team and I stand ready to help our community during this time of need. For resources to help you and your family navigate through COVID-19, please visit our website. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our offices via the phone numbers below.





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