Updated July 2018 17:04:40 The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has announced new fees to renew drivers license in the state.DMV says the renewal fee for drivers licenses in the city and county of San Francisco and the county of Marin will rise to $200.
The new fees apply to those who hold a valid driver license and are 21 years old or older, and have lived in the US for at least five years.
The DMV also said a new fee will be charged to all California drivers licenses and permits, regardless of how long the person has been licensed to drive in California.
Under the new fee, anyone who renews a driver license after June 30, 2019 will pay a $20 renewal fee, but those who renew before July 1 will pay an additional $20.
The fees are expected to increase by $15 a year for all Californians, with the total increase for those renewing in 2020 being $28.
The fee increases will be available to new drivers and those who have lived for more than five years in California and are over 21.
The state will also begin issuing driver’s licenses for non-residents on June 30 for a three-year renewal period.