Mva Dl 202 PDF Details

Mva Dl 202 Form is a form used to apply for a Driver's License in the state of Maryland. This form can be downloaded from the official website of the Maryland Department of Transportation or DMV. The application can be filled out and submitted in person or online. In order to complete the form, you will need to provide personal information, such as your name, date of birth, Social Security number, and other required documentation. There are also questions about your driving history and experience. Once the form is complete, you will need to submit it along with payment for the fees associated with getting a driver's license. Make sure to review all information carefully before submitting your application.

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As a Maryland resident and motorist, you must have a valid Maryland driver’s license at all times. Your photo license also serves as your best form of general identification.

Renewing Your License

This renewal notice has been mailed to you 60 days prior to the expiration of your driver’s license. To renew just visit one of the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) locations listed in this brochure and present your renewal notice, expiring license, and fee. You are responsible for renewing your driver’s license before it expires.

An applicant who is under 21 cannot renew their license until their 21st birthday.

Vision Screening?

You will be required to pass a vision screening administered by MVA personnel. See enclosed brochure for complete details.

NOTE: Please be advised that if you have monovision, you will be unable to successfully pass the vision screening at the MVA. It is highly recommended that you visit your opthal- mologist/optometrist to complete this form. Please bring completed form with you to the MVA.

Renewal Fees

Effective October 1, 2012, the Maryland MVA began issuing non- commercial driver’s licenses for up to an 8-year period of validity. Individuals renewing their driver’s license will receive a license with a validity period ranging from 5 to 8 years, as identified through a computer generated selection process. The fee required for renewing your driver’s license will be based on the period of validity ($6.00 per year for renewals). Your fee due is printed on

your enclosed renewal notice.


5 Year Expiration = $30.00

7 Year Expiration = $42.00

6 Year Expiration = $36.00

8 Year Expiration = $48.00

NOTE: Licenses with a “U” restriction (not acceptable for federal purposes) will expire no later than June 30, 2015. The fee for a license with a “U” restriction is prorated at $6.00 per year (a partial year will be rounded up).

To Renew, Follow These Easy Steps

#1. Please check your renewal notice for any errors.

#2. Present your renewal notice, expiring license*, and fee** in person to any one of the MVA locations listed in this brochure. *An acceptable identity document may be presented if you don’t have your license.

**CASH, CREDIT CARD OR CHECK made payable to: Motor Vehicle Administration. Checks must have an imprinted name and

address and include your driver’s license number and home or work phone number.

American Express, Mastercard and VISA accepted. NOTE: Out-of-state during the entire renewal period? Renew by calling 410-768-7000 or writing to:

Driver Licensing, MVA, 6601 Ritchie Highway, Room 145, Glen Burnie, MD 21062. You will receive an application for an “absentee license ”.

#3. Take the vision screening if required.

Tax and Unemployment Insurance Liabilities Due: Effective June 1, 2011

Maryland law prohibits the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) from renewing the driver’s license, renewing a vehicle registra- tion, or transferring a vehicle registration of an applicant who has not paid all undisputed taxes due to the Comptroller and unem- ployment insurance contributions due to the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR), or entered into an acceptable payment arrangement. Visit the Comptroller and DLLR websites for further details.

Questions or For More Information

Call the MVA Customer Service Center toll-free,

410-768-7000 MD, DC, and VA

1-800-492-4575 TTY for the Hearing Impaired

To Schedule a Driving Test


or call the Customer Service Center

at the numbers listed above.

Motor Vehicle Administration

6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.

Glen Burnie, Maryland 21062

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Renewing Your

Maryland Driver’s License




Motor Vehicle Administration

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Driver’s license renewal

Photo ID cards

Driving records

Tag returns

Provisional license

Duplicate license

Corrected license/ID


Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. for all services; Sat. 8:30 a.m.-12:00 Noon for driver’s license

services only. (PLEASE NOTE: Loveville Branch is NOT open on Saturday.)

Annapolis Branch Office

160 Harry S. Truman Parkway

Baltimore City Branch Office

5425 Reisterstown Road at Hilltop Shopping Center

Bel Air Branch Office

501 West MacPhail Road (off Relocated Hwy. 24)

Beltsville Branch Office*

11760 Baltimore Avenue (MD Route 1)

Cumberland Branch Office

13300 Winchester Road, S.W.

Easton Branch Office

9148 Centreville Road

Elkton Branch Office

105 Chesapeake Boulevard, Suite A

Essex Branch Office*

1338-A Eastern Boulevard

Frederick Branch Office

1601 Bowman’s Farm Road, Exit 56 off I-70

Gaithersburg Branch Office

15 Metropolitan Grove Road

Glen Burnie Office

6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.

Hagerstown Branch Office

Md Route 65, Sharpsburg Pike

Largo Branch Office

10251 Central Avenue, Rt. 202 and 214

Loveville Branch Office

27351 Point Lookout Road (No Saturday Service)

Salisbury Branch Office

Salisbury Shopping Center at 251 Tilghman Road

Waldorf Branch Office

11 Industrial Park Drive in St. Charles Business Park

White Oak Branch Office*

2131 Industrial Parkway


1106 Baltimore Boulevard

Part-Time License Renewal


Rt. 135 and Weber Rd. (at Browning’s Foodland); Tues. and Thurs. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Prince Frederick:

200 Duke St., Louis L. Goldstein Dist. Ct.-Multi-Service Center; Mon., Tues. and Wed. 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

EXPRESS Service Hours

Avoid long, end-of-month lines!

Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., (Driver Services Only) Sat. 8:30 a.m. - 12 noon (Driver Services Only)

Baltimore Co.:

Loch Raven/Parkville

8966 Waltham Woods Road, North Plaza Shopping Center

Howard Co.:

Columbia (Columbia Business Ctr.), 6490 Dobbin Rd. South of Rt. 175

Montgomery Co.:

Glenmont Shopping Center, 12335 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring/Wheaton, Walnut Hill Shopping Center 16520 South Westland Rd., Gaithersburg

You will be required to provide proof of a social security number (SSN) that can be verified by the Social Security Administration, or proof of ineligibility for a SSN. If you held a valid Maryland driver’s license, permit, or identification card prior to April 19, 2009, you may be eligible for a subsequent license, permit, or identification card without proof of lawful presence or SSN, but it will not be acceptable for official federal purposes.

Active Military Personnel

Active Duty Military Personnel (AND dependents residing with the active duty member outside Maryland) - Maryland driver’s licenses remain in effect for active duty military personnel and their dependents while absent from the State of Maryland. While on active duty, military personnel/dependents are required to carry their Maryland driver’s license and verification of active duty status with them at all times. Upon return to Maryland, or upon military discharge or separation from active service, military personnel/dependents have 30 days to visit an MVA office and renew their Maryland license.

MVA Holiday Closings

• New Year’s Day

• Martin Luther King’s Birthday

• President’s Day

• Memorial Day

• Independence Day

• Labor Day

• Columbus Day

• Election Day

• Veteran’s Day

• Thanksgiving

• Christmas


Please visit our website at for exact dates and additional closings.

Important Information

Senate Bill 759 Effective 10/01/03

If you are a Maryland noncommercial driver operating a commercial motor vehicle in intrastate commerce (within the State of Maryland) and the vehicle weighs between 10,001 and 26,000 pounds, you are now required to hold and maintain a valid Federal Motor Carrier (DOT) physical card in your possession. If you have a preexisting medical condition for which onset was prior to 10/01/03, you will be exempt from this requirement for a 20-year period, provided your preexisting condition does not worsen.

The Commercial Driver’s License

Drivers of heavy trucks, buses and vehicles placarded for hazardous materials must have a special commercial driver’s license (CDL) with proper endorsements. Vehicles over 26,000 lbs., buses designed to transport 16 or more passengers including the driver, all school buses, mobile cranes, uncoupled tractors (i.e., bob tails), and most tow trucks are included.

If you are applying for or renewing a CDL, you must have a valid medical examiner’s certificate (DOT/Med Cert physical certification card) in your possession and a CDL waiver exemption for interstate or intrastate operations, if required.

Effective January 30, 2012 the MVA will require copies of the updated medical certification documentation (without alterations) throughout the entire duration of the commercial driver’s license. Therefore, since medical certifications are only valid for 2 years or less, CDL holders will be required to submit their updated medical document(s) prior to expiration of their current medical certification documentation.

A CDL can be obtained, corrected, duplicated or renewed only at full-service offices.

To renew a CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement, you must pass the HAZMAT TEST. This test, which is written or computer assisted, is given only in English. Tests are administered Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and Sat. 8:30-10:00 a.m.

Drivers who hold a commercial driver’s license must have a valid DOT card or proper waiver exemption (if required) in their possession.

The U.S. Patriot Act of 2001 requires all CDL holders with a HAZMAT endorsement to undergo a criminal background check to include a fingerprint process.

School bus, passenger bus and hazmat operators are not authorized a waiver for intrastate operation.

Medical Status

For the safety of all drivers, the MVA must consider your medical status as part of your license request. Medical conditions which could affect your driving, must be reported to the MVA. Please submit with your application, a certificate from your doctor indicating the onset of the disability, diagnosis, prognosis, and medications, if any. All medical data is kept confidential and will only be used by the MVA to determine your qualifications to drive.

Voter Registration

You may apply to register to vote when you visit an MVA office to renew your driver’s license. Ask an MVA Representative for details.

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