The Driver License Division personnel gather, record, and maintain vital statistics information on all Idaho driver license holders; issue new licenses; re-issue lost or stolen licenses; issue and reissue state identification cards, and collect fees associated with these services.

The Drivers License Division is located within the Law Enforcement section of the Bingham County Courthouse located at 501 N Maple, Blackfoot, Idaho. Citizens may contact the Drivers License Division at (208) 782-3041 for answers to their driver license needs.  The hours of operation are Monday thru Friday from the hours of  8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.


FEE SCHEDULE

A complete list of fees for obtaining a drivers licence.

 
 

1st TIME DRIVERS LICENSE*OR I.D. CARD:

You will need a certified copy of your birth certificate

Social Security Card

Photo Identification

Proof of Idaho Residency

*If under 18-birth parent must sign liability & must be an active student, have diploma or equivalent.

Sixteen or under must have completed Drivers Training Course.

If you are under 18 years of age you will need to provide acceptable proof of enrollment and attendance in or graduation from a recognized high school or equivalent program before an instruction permit, driver-training permit or driver's license can be issued. This proof can be in the form of a verification of compliance (VOC) letter from an acceptable school or program you are attending, a high school diploma, or a general education certificate of completion.

For further information to assist your young driver in the process of receiving a drivers license, please read the Young Driver Information that has been provided by ITD.
http://www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/driverservices/young_drivers.htm

 
     
     


Utilize the icon and select the state that applies to enroll in the training course.

DRIVER TRAINING STUDENTS MUST MAKE APPOINTMENTS FOR BOTH WRITTEN AND ROAD TESTS.

Written tests-appointments through 782-3041 between 9a.m. and 4p.m.

For drivers coming in from another state with a driver's license from that state, you must bring your

existing license along with a utility bill, lease or rental agreement or paycheck.  It must have your name, and your new Idaho address on it and you must be prepared to take the Idaho written exam.  Be sure to come in during the appropriate hours.

Driver's License Manual online!

(Driver's License Manual can be viewed at
http://www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/DriverServices/documents/driver_manual.pdf (DMV Division)

 

Read the Commercial Driver License Manual online!

(Driver's License Manual can be viewed at
http://www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/DriverServices/documents/cdl_manual.pdf (DMV Division)

 

Read the Motorcycle Operations Manual online!

(Driver's License Manual can be viewed at
http://web.archive.org/web/20070408190031/http://www.accessidaho.org/ (DMV Division)

 

 

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