Renew a Paratransit Drivers License

Drivers License Renewals can only be made online.

When to Apply for a Renewal

  • You can submit a completed renewal license application with all documentation 90 days before it expires to receive a renewed license.
    • If you fail to renew your license by the expiration date you will have an additional 180 days to complete all your renewal requirements.
  • If renewing late, your license will remain expired until you complete all renewal requirements and TLC processes and approves your late renewal application. After renewal you will be sent a notification that you owe a $25.00 late fee.

Documents Needed

  • Certificate of completion of a NYS DMV certified Defensive Driving Course. The course cannot be older than three (3) years prior to your license expiration date. Your certification must indicate the type of course, date course was taken, hours of instruction, name (license #) of instructor, and must include an official ink stamp or seal from the instruction site. You may find all NYS DMV certified DDC classes on the DMV website at Department of Motor Vehicles - Internet Course and Other Alternative Delivery Method Course Providers.
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  • DMV abstract - Only if you do not have a NYS DMV driver license. Email or mail an original out of state driver record abstract that is dated no more than 90 days before your license expiration date to the addresses above. Contact your state's DMV to obtain your record abstract. You can upload the abstract online on TLC UP.
  • Pay tickets and fines
    • Pay outstanding parking tickets.
    • Pay outstanding traffic tickets
    • Pay outstanding TLC fines

How to Apply for a Renewal

TLC does not accept in-person renewal applications, payments, or document submissions. You can check the status of your renewal application, see all missing requirements, and submit documents to TLC online on TLC UP.


  • $252 - Vehicle License Renew fee

All TLC Fees are non-refundable - no exceptions!

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