A) To replace a lost or stolen learner’s permit, you will need to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or the agency that issued your permit. The process for replacing a learner’s permit may vary depending on the state you are in.
Here are the general steps to replace a lost or stolen learner’s permit:
- Contact the DMV or agency that issued your permit: You can do this by visiting a local office in person, calling the agency, or checking the agency’s website for instructions on how to replace a lost or stolen permit.
- Provide proof of identity: You will need to prove your identity by showing a government-issued ID such as a driver’s license, passport, or birth certificate.
- Provide proof of residency: Some states require proof of residency such as a utility bill, lease agreement or mortgage statement.
- Pay the replacement fee: You may need to pay a fee to replace a lost or stolen permit.
- Wait for the new permit: After you have completed all the necessary steps, the agency will process your request and mail you a new permit.
It’s recommended to check with your state’s DMV or the agency that issued your permit for specific requirements and processing times before visiting the office.