NASHVILLE (December 2) – The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s (TDOSHS) Driver Services Division announced a new online service for customers with suspended or revoked driver licenses. Reinstatement customers can now submit compliance documents online in e-Services. For many, this will allow the reinstatement process, from suspended or revoked to reinstated, to take place completely online without visiting a Driver Services Center in person.
All services now available online in e-Services:
Submit Reinstatement Documents
Pay Reinstatement Fees
Reissue After Reinstatement
New Tennessee Resident & New Driver License Application
Driver License or CDL Renewal
Driver License or CDL Duplicate
CDL Medical Certification Renewal
Change of Address
Schedule a Road Skills Test Appointment
Advance a GDL License
Driver License Practice Test
Driving History / MVR
Submit an Owner Operator Report
Manage Emergency Contacts
The Department continues to encourage all Tennesseans seeking driver services to utilize the online portal when possible. For services not available online in e-Services, customers may visit a Self-Service Kiosk, participating county clerk partner or are encouraged to make an appointment for their Driver Services Center visit. To learn more about submitting compliance documents online, visit https://www.tn.gov/safety/driver-services/reinstatements.html.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s mission is to serve, secure, and protect the people of Tennessee.