• State Rep. Kelly Keisling

TN Driver Services announces a new online service for reinstatement customers

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s (TDOSHS) Driver Services Division announces 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

  • Reprint Confirmation

  • 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.


To reach State Representative Kelly Keisling, call 615-741-6853 or email him at rep.kelly.keisling@capitol.tn.gov.

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