COVID-19 ID FAQsPosted on May 7, 2020 in
The following is a Frequently-Asked-Questions (FAQ) discussion on the State of Hawaii’s COVID-19 emergency procedures as it relates to non-commercial driver’s license and instructional permit, and state identification cardholders. The temporary interim procedures established is in accordance with the Governor’s Supplementary to the Emergency Proclamation signed on March 16, 2020 and Sixth Supplementary Proclamation Relating to the COVID-19 Emergency dated April 25, 2020. The Sixth Supplementary Proclamation extended the emergency period expiration date from May 16, 2020 to May 31, 2020.
(The temporary interim procedures conveyed in the FAQs are subject to change. Please continue to check this website for the latest revisions.)
(Revised May 7, 2020)
- Am I still allowed to legally drive my motor vehicle if my driver’s license (DL) or instruction permit (IP) has expired?
- What will happen to my expired driver’s license (DL) or instruction permit (IP) that was extended during this emergency period once the COVID-19 emergency proclamation has ended?
- My driver’s license (DL) or instruction permit (IP) expires right after the emergency period ends on May 31, 2020. What happens if I cannot get an appointment in time to renew my DL or IP?
- What happens to my State Identification card (SID) if it expires during the emergency period of March 16, 2020 thru May 31, 2020?
- My driver’s license (DL) or instruction permit (IP) was granted the 90-day extension from the expiration date. When I renew my DL or IP, will I get issued my renewed DL or IP with an additional 90-days extra?