Renewing Your Non-Commercial Driver’s License
A Pennsylvania driver's license is valid for four years expiring on the day after the driver’s birth date. PennDOT automatically sends an “Invitation to Renew” (DL60A/DL60R) to each driver three months prior to license expiration. Individuals age 65 or older have the option of renewing their license every two years, instead of standard four years. NOTE: Non-commercial drivers have the option to
renew online, providing there are no corrections or changes. *If you have not reconciled an outstanding sanction(s) in another state(s), PennDOT is unable to issue you any driver’s license product. For more information, please see the
National Driver Register Fact Sheet.
Step 1: Receive an Invitation to Renew (DL60A/DL60R) or obtain Form
Step 2: Return completed application with a check or money order made payable to PennDOT in the amount indicated on the form.
*Cash or credit/debit cards cannot be accepted.
Step 3: A camera card will be mailed, and you should receive it within seven to ten working days after form is processed.
Step 4: Once you receive your camera card, you will need to take it along with your Social Security card and appropriate identification to any
Photo Center to receive new digitized driver’s license. PennDOT uses state-of-the-art
facial recognition technology when an individual has their photo taken for their driver’s license/identification card renewal.
Acceptable forms of signature identification include:
Pennsylvania: Driver’s License or Photo ID Card;
Documents: Passport, Citizenship or Naturalization or Weapon’s Permit;
Photographic ID: Military, Bank, Employee, School or Out-of-State License; or
Non-Photo: We may be able to serve you when providing a Voter’s Registration, Medicare Card, PA Learner’s Permit or Temporary Driver’s License or Vehicle Registration.