Please enter your Driver License Number below. Social Security Number and/or Insurance update(s), to check the current status of your license.
After entering the license number and the result says “VALID” it means that the concerned department has received and processed the information and cleared your record.
What You Can Check Here
|Driver License Check|
|Online Insurance Update|
|Driving School Eligibility Check|
|Social Security Number Update|
|Parental Access of Minor Driving History|
|Driver License and ID Card Tracking System|
DHSMV (FLHSMV) Customer Care:
Phone Number: (850) 617-2000
Email Address: [email protected]
DHSMV is a department in Florida that issues drivers license and identification cards, registers, and titles for motor vehicles. These are delivered to concerned people via DHSMV’s delivery service which offers both normal and urgent delivery.
As soon as you pass your driving test, your driver’s license will be issued at the address you have provided. You must make sure that you provide the legit and accurate information of address and the phone number. This will help the department to deliver your license efficiently.
In the case of identification cards or titles of motor vehicles, the above-mentioned facility of tracking is available, and you can easily track your order using the DHSMV tracking ID.
About DHSMV (FLHSMV)
The year 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) and the 80th anniversary of the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP). Through excellent customer service, education, and enforcement, the Florida Department of Roadway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) promotes highway safety and security. The department is leading the way to a safer Florida through the efficient and professional execution of its primary mission: issuing driver’s licenses, car tags, and titles, as well as the management of FHP.
When automobiles first debuted in Florida in the early 1900s, there were no rules limiting their use on public roads. In 1905, the state House of Representatives passed a measure that set the foundation for today’s safety and traffic legislation. The statute required car owners to register their vehicles, install safety equipment, and follow some basic driving guidelines. The Secretary of State required owners to pay $2 to register their vehicle, and the registration certificate had to be kept with the vehicle.
All candidates for a first driver’s license had to pass a vision, road sign, road rules, and driving exam by 1941, thanks to new legislation. In 1946, along with the publishing of the first Florida Examiner’s Manual, the first comprehensive driver’s license examination program was devised. Governor Claude Kirk merged the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Public Safety in 1969 to form the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. On August 15, 1969, the Governor and Cabinet chose Colonel H. Neil Kirkman as the inaugural Executive Director of the FLHSMV.
FLHSMV today serves over 20 million Floridians and over 100 million visitors annually, making Florida a safer place.
How do I track my Florida driver’s license?
You can check your driver’s license status by using trackingsinfo’s online tracker or Florida has a website where you may check the status of your driver’s license. You can check your Florida driver’s license by identification number and/or social security number using the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Check (FHSMV). It will provide you with the order history which means you will know at what time your order has left the DHSMV’s facility, at what time it was with the carrier, or at what time it was in transit. You will also get details regarding the date and time your driver’s license will reach you.
How long does it take for a Florida ID to come in the mail?
Within seven to ten days of submitting your application, you will receive your new ID card in the mail.