How do I get an appointment at the Wyoming DMV? If you are a new Wyoming resident, you may need to consider some of the processes and paperwork necessary to keep your vehicle’s documents, as well as the driver’s own, in order.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is the office in charge of processing driver’s license, vehicle and related paperwork in the state of Wyoming.
You can schedule a DMV Wyoming appointment online, over the phone or in person at an office near you.
Request an appointment at DMV Wyoming
- Log in from the Wyoming DMV at http://www.dot.state.wy.us/driverservices.
- Choose from Online Services, Driver’s License/ID Cards, ID Cards, Titles or Exams.
- You can schedule an appointment, exam, renew your license, ID card, request a duplicate, make changes or payments.
- However, you can also check the hours of operation and access phone numbers.
- Some Wyoming DMV offices will be able to assist you in person, others from telephone services.
At DMV Wyoming, an appointment-only reservation system has been implemented for certain required in-person transactions that cannot be completed online, by phone or by mail.
Best times to visit the Wyoming DMV
Here are some tips on the best times to visit the Wyoming DMV.
- Afternoons tend to be busier than mornings
- The middle of the week tends to have shorter waits than Mondays and Fridays
- The Wyoming DMV office starts the lunch break around noon, which leaves fewer employees. Try to avoid the lunch hour if possible.
- Make sure you have enough time to finish your paperwork, especially if you are obtaining a permit or taking a road test.
What to do at DMV Wyoming
DMV Wyoming is adding more and more online services so you can get things done without having to visit a physical office for an appointment. You can renew your vehicle registration, replace your license and more online.
These are just some of the services you will be able to perform at DMV Wyoming online appointments.
- Driver’s License
- Commercial driver’s license
- Identification card
- Eye and vision exams
- License suspensions and reactivation
Applying for a driver’s license in Wyoming
You must appear in person at your local driver testing station to apply for a Wyoming driver’s license for the first time or to renew your expired Wyoming driver’s license.
You will be required to surrender your out-of-state driver’s license when you apply for a Wyoming license and submit all required document requirements. You will be photographed and must complete a vision screening evaluation.
- Call 307-777-4800, if you have questions about residency requirements.
- You can reach us Monday through Friday from 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
If you have any medical or vision problems, you may be asked to have your doctor complete a Medical and/or Vision Screening form before you can be issued a driver’s license.
If you need your new Wyoming driver license mailed to an address other than the one listed on your application, you must complete a forwarding request form.
Please allow 4 to 6 weeks from the date of issuance to receive your card.
Real ID in Wyoming
Under the Real ID Act of 2005, minimum security standards are established for issuing and producing licenses and identification cards in all states.
As of May 3, 2023, all persons will be required to carry a REAL ID license to access certain federal buildings, enter nuclear facilities, and board commercial flights within the United States.
- To obtain your Wyoming Real ID, you may renew your license or identification card online for a new Real ID.
- If you have not previously been issued a Wyoming driver’s license or ID, go to a Wyoming DMV office.
- Schedule an appointment at a DMV service center to obtain your Wyoming Real ID.
What to bring to your Wyoming DMV appointment
If you are applying for a driver’s license or travel ID (a REAL ID-compliant license or ID) in Wyoming, you will need to bring some documents with you to your Wyoming DMV appointment. If you have all of your documents with you, your visit will go faster and smoother. Documents include:
- Proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful presence, such as a passport or birth certificate
- Proof of social security number, such as a social security card or W-2 form
- Two documents proving your Wyoming residency, such as a utility bill or lease.
All documents must be originals and stamped if necessary.