When you want to take care of business related to your vehicle, you may need to go to your local Missouri Department of Revenue office or to a Missouri State Highway Patrol testing station. Here is what you should know about the locations, when you can go and how you can get into contact if you need to reach out.
Missouri Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle and Driver License Offices
The Missouri Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle and Driver License Offices are located in over 70 places around the state. Fortunately, it is easy to locate these offices by going to the Missouri Department of Revenue website and using the license office locator.
Using the office locator, you can find offices by viewing a map of Missouri or by inputting your address or Zip Code. It would be prohibitive to list every Missouri Department of Revenue location here, so go to the office locator to find the office nearest to you.
Keep in mind that many of these offices have reduced or altered hours as a result of the pandemic and COVID-19. The listings on the website will be the most accurate and up-to-date, but last-minute office transitions may not be listed on the website. As a result, it’s helpful to view current news releases involving the DOR and to call the office that you’d like to go to. To find out the office’s information, click on the office you’d like to go to on the map. When you do that, the public email, as well as the phone and fax number, will pop up alongside the current address. The facility’s hours will also be listed on that popup.
Check the pop-up information for additional ways to reach the office or information on special services.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Testing Stations
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is in charge of driver examinations. Drivers who would like to get their first license, and some who need to get them renewed or reinstated, will need to go to a Missouri State Highway Patrol testing station.
Currently, there is a full listing of at least 155 testing stations located in Missouri. There is likely one in your area or nearby. On the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s website, you can see the full list of testing stations along with instructions and information you need to know. For example, written testing ends at 11:45 or 3:45 p.m. at the West Plains location. Alternative hours are also listed so that you only go to test at the appropriate times.
If there are additional restrictions, they will be listed on this list as well. For instance, St. Robert’s testing center will only give driving tests when the pavement is dry, while St. Louis Chouteau has no restrictions on testing in the rain. This is something to remember if you happen to be testing on a rainy or wet day.
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