DHSMV Tracking – Check Driver License ID & Status

Please enter your DHSMV tracking Driver License Number below. Social Security Number and/or Insurance update(s), in order to verify your license’s current status.

When you enter your licence number and the result states “VALID,” it signifies the appropriate authorities have understood the request, reviewed it, and erased your record. 

DHSMV (FLHSMV) Customer Care:

Phone Number: (850) 617-2000

Email Address: [email protected]

DHSMV Tracking

Florida’s DHSMV is a division responsible for issuing driver’s licenses, identity cards, automobile registrations, and certificates. These are sent by the DHSMV’s courier service, which provides both regular and expedited transportation to the involved parties.

Your license will be delivered to the location you have given as quickly as you complete the driving test. You must be certain that the location and contact information you offer are real and correct. This will make it easier for the administration to provide your license quickly.

The tracking feature indicated above is accessible for identity documents and automobile titles, and you may easily monitor your delivery using the DHSMV tracking ID. 

About DHSMV (FLHSMV)

DHSMV Tracking

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) turns 50 years old in 2019, and the Florida Highway Patrol turns 80 (FHP). The organization supports traffic security and reliability via first-rate customer support, instruction, and regulation. By effectively and professionally carrying out its principal objectives of issuing driver’s licenses, car plates, and titles and also managing FHP—the agency is paving the way for a safer Florida.

There were no regulations prohibiting the use of vehicles on public roadways when they were initially introduced in Florida in the 1900s. The provincial state legislature approved a bill in 1905 that served as the model for modern transportation and safety regulations. The law mandated that car drivers register their cars, add safety systems, and obey some fundamental traffic laws. Users had to give $2 to the Department of State to license their car, and they had to keep the identification card with the car.

By 1941, a new law required that all applicants for a first driving license undergo tests in eyesight, road signs, traffic laws, and driving. The very first complete driver’s license test programmed was developed in 1946, the same year that the first Florida Examiner’s Guide was published. The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles was established in 1969 as a result of President Claude Kirk’s merger of the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Public Safety. Colonel H. Neil Kirk man was selected by the state and council to serve as the FLHSMV’s first executive director on August 15, 1969.

Florida is now better because of FLHSMV, which provides services to over 20 million people, more than 1 billion tourists yearly.

How do I track my Florida driver’s license?

Florida provides a webpage on which you can verify the progress of the driver’s license, or you can use the online tracker provided through easytrackings. Put your ID number in the above box. It will give you access to the tracking information, allowing you to see when your shipment left the DHSMV facility, when it was with the carriers, and when it was on route. Additionally, you will receive information on the day and duration of your driver’s license.

How long does it take for a Florida ID to come in the mail?

After processing your registration, your new ID card will be mailed to you in 7 to 10 days.