What do I need to renew my CDL in North Dakota?

Renewing Your CDL

  1. U.S. birth certificate (state certified; Government issued)
  2. Valid, unexpired U.S. passport or U.S passport card.
  3. Report of Birth Abroad issued by the U.S. Department of State.
  4. Certificate of Naturalization.
  5. Certificate of Citizenship.
  6. Valid, unexpired Permanent Resident Card.

When can I renew my ND drivers license?

You may choose to renew your driver license up to 10 months prior to the date of expiration. You will not lose any time on the license if you opt to renew it early.

How much does it cost to renew your license in ND?

North Dakota Driver’s License Renewal Fees It will cost $15 to renew your license in North Dakota. If you need to take the written and driving exams, you will be charged another $5 per test.

How much does a CDL cost in North Dakota?


Item Cost
Non-commercial Initial Permit or License $15
Commercial Permit or License $15 plus $3 per endorsement
Non-driver Photo Identification Card $Free (18 years of age or older, eligible, non-driver applicants) $8 (All other applicants)
Add an Endorsement $8 plus $3 per endorsement

How much is a North Dakota drivers license?

What are the requirements to get your CDL?

How to get your CDL

  • Pass the age requirements. Most states allow you to obtain a CDL at the age of 18.
  • Get a CLP.
  • Attend a CDL program.
  • Pass a knowledge exam and skills test.
  • Have the necessary documentation.
  • Pass a background screen and undergo a physical.
  • Be aware of any additional requirements.

How much will it cost to register my car in North Dakota?

Vehicle Registration Fees, Insurance, and Other Costs by State for 2021

State Registration Fee Title Fee
North Carolina $38.75 $56
North Dakota $49-$274 based on age and weight $5
Ohio $31 $15
Oklahoma $96 for a new registration; decrease over time $11 plus $17 transfer fee
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