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Set Up a Oklahoma DMV Appointment Fast

Setting an Oklahoma DMV appointment is not only complicated but time-consuming as well. Navigating the online system can leave you frustrated and unsure of how to proceed. While the Department of Public Safety (DPS) website can handle some services, an in-person visit is often necessary.

DoNotPay simplifies the process, eliminating stress and saving you time. Scheduling an Oklahoma DMV appointment directly from your web browser has never been easier.

How to Book an Appointment at the Oklahoma DMV

There are several ways to request an Oklahoma DMV appointment.

Oklahoma DPS Inline Online SystemOklahoma DPS has a new online scheduling system to help reduce in-person wait times that often exceed two hours. The Inline Online service has an associated convenience fee of $3.75 that is non-refundable.
Oklahoma DMV Testing LocationsThere are driver license testing sites located throughout Oklahoma. Each office has a direct phone number to schedule an appointment, and hours of operation vary. Written testing is scheduled in the morning, with driving tests conducted in the afternoon. Limited staff is available, so making an appointment in advance is required.

There are driver examination sites located in Ardmore, Broken Arrow, Chickasha, Claremore, Edmond, Guymon, Norman, Poteau, Sallisaw, Shawnee, Stillwater, West Tulsa, and Woodward for your convenience.

According to the Oklahoma state website, "Calling ahead, preferably in the mornings, is recommended to ensure testing availability."

Oklahoma DMV Phone NumberIf you encounter problems with confirming an online appointment, contact the Oklahoma DMV directly at 405-425-23000. Be aware that long hold times are not unusual.

To schedule a CDL skills test appointment, call 405-425-2196.

How to Book an Oklahoma DMV Appointment With DoNotPay

DoNotPay can help you set up an appointment with the Oklahoma DMV, eliminating the confusion of the DPS online processing system. It's easy to get started:

  1. DoNotPay will help you determine what type of appointment best fits your needs. Simply enter the issue you need help with, and the app will let you know if you can proceed online or if an in-person appointment is necessary. Whether you need to renew a license, set up a behind-the-wheel driving test, or change your address, we are with you every step of the way.
  2. DoNotPay is available 24/7. Our product can answer your questions and assist with scheduling an Oklahoma DMV appointment any time, day or night. To make an appointment, enter the time that works best with your busy schedule. We will do the rest, eliminating the hassle of waiting in long lines or sitting on hold with a voicemail system, getting straight to the results.
  3. Based on the service you are requesting, DoNotPay will let you know what type of paperwork you need to bring to your appointment. Knowing what to bring will eliminate the frustration of arriving at the Oklahoma DMV without proper documentation. We can help you get in and out without wasting time and energy.

What Kind of Appointment Can You Book at the Oklahoma DMV? 

Appointments can be made for the following services:

  • Driving test
  • Obtaining a learner permit
  • Issuance of an original license or ID card
  • Requesting a name change
  • Adding a CDL endorsement to an existing license or updating CDL medical certification
  • Renewing a non-CDL license that is more than 30 days expired
  • Replacing a license after the driving skills test has been completed
  • Obtaining a motorcycle license (ages 14 to 16) or adding a motorcycle endorsement to an existing license
  • Transferring an out-of-state driver license (over age 18) or learner permit (age 15 ½ to 17)

The Oklahoma DMV requires new residents to the state, individuals getting a license for the first time, and people registering a new vehicle to make an appointment before arriving at the DMV.

DoNotPay can help you schedule an Oklahoma DMV appointment directly from your web browser. We can also help you fill out various forms, contest traffic and parking tickets, and much more.

Real ID requests

Oklahoma DPS has temporarily set up Megacenters in Tulsa and Oklahoma City to help individuals process Real ID requests. The Department of Homeland Security has extended the enforcement of Real ID certification from October 1, 2021, to May 3, 2023, due to issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What Documents Should You Prepare Before Your Appointment?

The Oklahoma DPS requires proof of identification before proceeding with most services. Requirements vary depending on the type of service you are requesting. Be prepared in advance to provide the following documents:

  1. Proof of identification – certified birth certificate or a valid, unexpired United States passport
  2. Proof of social security number – social security card or W-2 form
  3. Two documents that prove Oklahoma state residency – utility bill or lease agreement
  4. All legal name changes require proof of marriage, adoption, divorce, etc.

What Is the Best Time to Visit the Oklahoma DMV Office?

Early morning appointments are encouraged, as the Oklahoma DMV office tends to be more crowded in the afternoon. Monday and Fridays are the busiest days at the DMV, so we recommend making an appointment for mid-week.

Keep in mind that the DMV has a scheduled lunch break, leaving fewer employees to service customers. If possible, avoid this time of day for the fastest service.

How Long Do I Have To Wait for an Appointment at the Oklahoma DMV?

It may take several weeks to secure a confirmed appointment time. When arriving at the Oklahoma DMV, anticipate waiting in line to be helped, even with an appointment. The DPS is a busy office and does its best to process as many customers as it can. Be sure to select a time that allows you to complete your transaction without having to reschedule in the case of an unexpected delay.

Customers without an appointment can expect to wait an average of two hours. The Oklahoma DPS has an online service that keeps track of estimated wait times at all local branches. We recommend checking this before heading to the DMV.

DMV Locations in Oklahoma

There are several types of offices located throughout Oklahoma that offer driver-related services. There are tag agencies, driver license exam stations, and DMV offices. Most Oklahoma Driver License Exam Stations have Spanish-speaking service representatives on duty. Cash, credit cards, checks, and money orders are acceptable forms of payment.

The primary DPS offices in Oklahoma are as follows:

  1. Oklahoma County: Located at 3600 N Martin Luther King Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73111. (405) 425-2324. Open 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 
  2. Norman: Located at 430 N Berry Road, Norman, OK, 73069. (405) 364-9595. Open from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  3. Tulsa West: Located at 3190 W. 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74107. (918) 428-4030. Open from 7 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.

DoNotPay can eliminate the hassle of finding the right office to contact. The easy-to-use app is accessible directly from your web browser. It will set up an appointment with the right Oklahoma DMV office in no time.

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