The office also is an important resource for educating citizens about issues that affect their everyday lives, including anti-drunk driving, traffic safety, school bus safety, securities fraud, literacy, and organ/tissue donation. Still, to many Illinois citizens, the Secretary of State’s office is the place to go for a new driver’s license or license plates. As such, Secretary White has worked diligently to enhance customer service, promote safety on Illinois roads, and strengthen the integrity of the office.
This is a list of some of the online services offered in Cyber Drive Illinois. From issuing driver’s licenses and registering vehicles, to promoting organ/tissue donation awareness, overseeing the Illinois State Library and administering the state’s literacy efforts, the Secretary of State’s office directly touches the lives of nearly everyone in Illinois.
Secretary White offers this program to qualifying license drivers by keeping a clean driving record for the past four years. Your application for a Safe Driver Renewal is an affirmation that you have read the renewal application letter and no situation exists that would make you ineligible to lawfully apply for a driver’s license and that all information submitted by you is true and correct.
Safe Driver Renewal Driver Services
In May 2016, The Illinois Secretary of State’s office began centrally issuing drivers licenses, ID cards and Commercial Learners Permits. The new card is being sent to you through the mail. If you have not received your permanent card after 15 business days, you can check the status by entering your information on this page.
Driver’s License Status
For Adult Driver Applicants Ages 18-20. Effective July 1, 2014 Public Act 98-167 requires Illinois driver’s license applicants ages 18, 19, or 20, who have never previously been licensed or completed an approved driver education course, to complete a six hour Adult Driver Education Course by certified providers. You will find us there!
Adult Driver Education
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is a nonprofit organization in the United States and Canada that seeks to stop drunk driving, support those affected by drunk driving, prevent underage drinking, and strive for stricter impaired driving policy, whether that impairment is caused by alcohol or any other drug.
MADD-Mothers Against Drunk Driving
800-252-8980 (toll-free in Illinois)
217-785-3000 (outside Illinois)