Asked by: Doncho Larrinetaasked in category: General Last Updated: 25th January, 2020
Can I change the picture on my driver's license?
Similarly, it is asked, can you retake your drivers license picture?
You can still get a new one, the DMV says. Just call for an appointment, shell out $12, and have your picture retaken for a new driver's license. (It will be labeled “duplicate.”) The license, of course, will state whether you're required to wear them for driving.
Also, what happens if you hate your driver's license picture? First, save your expired drivers license, always. Then, if you don't like the picture on the new license, “lose” the ugly license, and use the expired one in the state-approved manner to identify yourself as you get the replacement license.
Also asked, how do I change the picture on my driver's license?
To change it, just go to any DMV location or AAA branch (if you are a member) and request an update to your license. The fee for an update to a driver's license or state identification card is $6.50.
Do you have to take a new photo for real ID?
The cost for the Real ID is the same as getting a new standard license or renewal. Unlike a renewal, which can be done online, you do need to go to the DMV to apply for a Real ID. Per federal regulations, you will need to take a new photo. "To get a Real ID or an enhanced license, it does require an office visit.