The California Department of Motor Vehicles extended the deadline for driver's licenses set to expire during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Licenses for those under 70 years old that expire between March and May are now valid through May 31.
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The extensions require no action by drivers. You will not receive a new license or an extension card automatically in the mail but can request one by filling out this form.
The department said drivers 70 and older will automatically receive a temporary paper extension that is valid for 120 days.
All commercial driver licenses are now valid through the end of June.
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Californians with a suspended license are not eligible.
The DMV is still processing online renewals and encourages drivers who are eligible to renew their license online.
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