Can a Power of Attorney Be Used to Renew A Drivers License for Someone Who is Incarcerated?
You are unable to renew your Driver's License online if at least one of the following points is true regarding your license status:
•The license has been expired for more than 365 days.
•The age of the licensee is not age 21 through 65 (adult, regular license). Adult, regular license holders, age 66 and older, may be eligible to renew by mail. Please visit the Renew By Mail eligibility page.
•A name change involving the licensee has occurred since the last time the license was renewed.
•The license is a Commercial Driver's License.
•The license was last renewed either online or via the Renew by Mail process.
•The license is associated with an immigration document.
•The licensee is required to pass a written test prior to renewing.
•The licensee has an acting or pending departmental action on record.
•The licensee has an outstanding judgment or warrant on record.
•The licensee has a returned or NSF check on file with the Division of Motor Vehicles.
•The licensee has a medical restriction on file with the Division of Motor Vehicles.
•The licensee does not have a Social Security Number on file with the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Please see the following information regarding eligibility to renew online:
The answer will depend on the policies of the department. For further assistance regarding the VROOM Driver's License Renewal application, please call 303-534-3468.