Hagåtña, Guam – In line with the Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration’s mission to make more government services available online, the Department of Revenue and Taxation today launched its System for Online Driver’s License and Guam ID Renewals and Replacements. Eligible Guam residents can schedule appointments and renew or replace their existing Guam Driver’s Licenses and Guam IDs online.
“The Department of Revenue and Taxation’s ability to take technology and increase online access for our community will dramatically improve processing times and free our people from having to wait in lines to renew or replace their licenses and IDs,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero. “This latest technological advancement makes our government more efficient and empowers us to deliver services at the customer’s convenience. This also enhances our efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, and I encourage our community to take full advantage.”
“For the first time ever, eligible Guam residents will be able to renew or replace certain current Guam Driver’s Licenses and Guam IDs online,” said Lieutenant Governor Josh Tenorio. “This is a huge step for our administration as we work to reduce the need for in-person services, as well as utilize technology to streamline those services. We will continue working towards expanding and easing public access to the services our people need and, in a COVID-19 environment, the availability of this added convenience counts greatly in our efforts to keep our people safe.”
DRT has issued a FAQ for the Guam Driver’s License (DL) and Guam Identification (ID) Online Services. DRT’s online services for Guam Driver’s Licenses and Guam IDs can be accessed at myid.guam.gov.