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Replacing a Commercial Driver License (CDL) or Permit (CLP)


This page provides information about replacing your Oregon commercial driver license (CDL). 

If your driving privileges are not currently suspended or revoked in Oregon or another state, DMV will issue a replacement CDL if any of the following conditions are true:

  • Your license or permit is lost, stolen, mutilated or destroyed;
  • Your residence address changes and you choose to get a new card;
  • You have a name change;
  • You wish to change, add or delete any description, notation, photo or signature on the license;
  • You are exchanging a valid-without photo CDL for a CDL with a photograph;
  • You are replacing a CDL issued with an error;
  • You are obtaining a CDL after reinstatement of a suspension;
  • You are replacing a CDL confiscated by law enforcement or the courts; or
  • You are adding or removing a CDL endorsement or restriction (this does not include Farm or Motorcycle endorsement).
To Qualify/Apply

You must apply in person at a DMV office, and you must:

Additional testing and fees may be required if adding a CDL endorsement or removing a CDL restriction.

Replacing an Address Sticker

If your address sticker is mutilated or has become illegible and you still reside at the same address, you can request a replacement sticker at no cost by calling DMV at (503) 945-5000 or by submitting a driver-related online inquiry.
If you are only requesting a replacement address sticker do not complete another "Change of Address Notice".

Related Information

Additional information that may be relevant includes: