Hawaii extends renewal date for expired driver’s licenses, IDs to October

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The State has extended the COVID-19 emergency limit on renewing state IDs and driver’s licenses.

Hawaii residents now have until Monday, Oct. 4, to update their documents if they have expired.

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DMV locations across the state are accepting appointments and walk-ins. Some locations are also offering extended hours to address the backlog of renewals.

Officials advise everyone who needs to renew their documents to consider getting the gold star that indicates a Real ID. The deadline for obtaining a Real ID is May 2022.

Correction: An earlier version of this story listed a previous date of when the emergency limit on renewing state IDs and driver’s licenses was set to expire. The emergency limit was extended and the story has been corrected.

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