Driver’s License

Power County Sheriff's OfficePower County Sheriff’s Office
550 Gifford Street
American Falls, ID 83211

Phone: (208) 226-2311
Fax: (208) 226-7783

Monday – Friday,
9:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

 

Information on Concealed Weapon Permits appears at the bottom of this page.

 

Driver’s License Written Exams

Written exams can be taken:

Monday – Friday,
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

Driver Education Permits

As classes become available through the school district, students who want to take Driver Education must pick up a Verification of Attendance Compliance from the school and bring it along with them to the Power County Sheriff’s Office to purchase a Driver Education permit.

Driver Education students need to bring the following to the Sheriff’s Office when they purchase their permits:

  • Verification of Attendance Compliance signed by the school principal.
  • Original State Certified Birth Certificate.
  • Picture ID. Example: School Annual, Idaho ID card or Activity Card.
  • Social Security Card.
  • One parent or legal guardian.
  • Sheriff’s Office does a visual test. If lenses are required, please wear them.
  • $21.50 non-refundable fee. Permit is valid until age 18.
  • Foreign exchange students need to contact the Sheriff’s Office for additional requirements.

Parents and legal guardians of driver education students please note:

  • Parents must have a valid I.D. or driver’s license. If not issued in Idaho they must provide proof of residency.
  • If the person is the guardian they must bring a copy of the court order.
  • If the student is not a citizen they must bring their legal presence document.
  • Stepparents cannot sign the student up unless they have legally adopted them.

 

Driver’s License Fee Schedule

OPERATOR (CLASS D)

License

  • 1-year (age 17): $15.00
  • 3-year (under 18): $25.00
  • 3-year (age 18 to 21): $25.00
  • 1-year (age 20): $15.00
  • 4-year(age 21 and over): $30.00
  • 8-year (age 21 to 62): $55.00

Instruction Permit (IP): $15.00
Knowledge Test: $3.00
Skills Test ($6.50 paid at County, $17.50 to Skills Tester): $24.00
Duplicate License/IP/SIP*: $15.00
Driver Training Instruction Permit**/SIP: $15.00
  *Supervised Instruction Permit
**Additional $6.50 admin. fee collected in advance for skills test receipt.

 

COMMERCIAL (CLASS A, B, & C)

License

  • 1-year  (age 20): $15.00
  • 3-year (age 18 to 21): $30.00
  • 4-year (age 21 and over): $40.00

Instruction Permit (must have Idaho license): $29.00
Knowledge Test: $3.00
Skills Test ($10.00 paid at County, $60.00 to Skills Tester): $70.00
Endorsement Knowledge Test: $3.00
Additional Endorsement: $15.00
Duplicate License: $15.00
License Upgrade: $25.00
Seasonal CDL (6-month): $39.00

 

MOTORCYCLE
(in addition to above license fees)

Instruction Permit (must have Idaho license): $15.00
Duplicate Permit: $15.00
Knowledge Test: $3.00
Skills Test (collected by skills tester): $10.00
One-Time “M” Endorsement: $15.00

 

IDENTIFICATION CARD

ID Card (no age limit)

  • Under Age 18: $10.00
  • Age 18 to 21: $10.00
  • 4-year (age 21 and over): $10.00
  • 8-year ( age 21 and over): $20.00

Duplicate ID: Same fee as original fee.

NOTE: All Retest Fees are the Same as the Original Test Fees.

 

Idaho Transportation Department Division of Motor Vehicles

For information about Drivers Manuals, Violation Point System, Change of Address Forms, Driving Record Info. and more contact the Idaho Transportation Department DMV

Idaho Birth Certificates

How to Order an Idaho Birth Certificate

 

Concealed Weapon Permits

Concealed weapon permits can be obtained through the driver’s license office Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – noon and 1:00 pm – 4:45 pm.

Fees for Regular and Enhanced Concealed Weapon Permits

  • New Regular or Enhanced Concealed Weapon Permit*: $62.45 – good for 5 years.
  • Concealed Weapon Permit Renewals: $37.70 – good for 5 years.

*Enhanced Concealed Weapon Permit – You must have completed a certified 8 hour training course prior to application.

 

Idaho License to Carry Concealed Weapons

A License to Carry Concealed Weapon (I.C. 18-3302) in Idaho is issued through Idaho Sheriffs. As of July 1, 2013, a new type of license will be made available. The Enhanced License to Carry Concealed Weapons (I.C. 18-3302K) is also issued by Idaho Sheriffs. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to an Idaho Sheriff.

CWL Reciprocity with Other States

CAUTION! Gun Concealed carry laws vary greatly from state to state and even within counties and municipalities within those states. Therefore, if you have an Idaho Concealed Weapons License and are planning to visit a state that has concealed weapons license reciprocity with Idaho, remember that you are subject to the laws of that state, including any county or city ordinances, that apply to concealed weapons licenses and concealed weapons carry. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with those laws, ordinances and codes and comply with them. Concealed weapons license reciprocity in any form is simply that, reciprocity, and it does not immunize a person from criminal or civil consequences for breaking the law. Also, please note that some state grant reciprocity to Idaho Concealed Carry Licenses for concealed firearms only, and do not extend reciprocity for other weapons that Idaho includes under its Concealed Weapons Licenses, such as dirks, dirk knives, bowie knives, daggers or any other deadly or dangerous weapon.

Idaho Letter to all states mailed on July 1, 2014

To view the reciprocity agreement or communication with a state, please click on the state name and year.

STATEDOES THE STATE RECOGNIZE ID CWL?RECIPROCITY AND DATE
ALABAMAYESALABAMA 2014
ALASKAYESALASKA 2014
ARIZONAYESARIZONA 2014
ARKANSASYESARKANSAS 2014
CALIFORNIANOCALIFORNIA 2014
COLORADOYESCOLORADO 2014
CONNECTICUTNOCONNECTICUT 2014
DELAWARENODELAWARE 2014
FLORIDAYESFLORIDA 2014
GEORGIAYESGEORGIA 2014
HAWAIINOHAWAII 2014
ILLINOISNOILLINOIS 2013
INDIANAYESINDIANA 2013
IOWAYESIOWA 2014
KANSASYESKANSAS 2014
KENTUCKYYESKENTUCKY 2014
LOUISIANAYESLOUISIANA 2004
MAINENOMAINE 2014
MARYLANDNOMARYLAND 2014
MASSACHUSETTSNOMASSACHUSETTS 2014
MICHIGANYESMICHIGAN 2014
MINNESOTANOMINNESOTA 2014
MISSISSIPPIYESMISSISSIPPI 2014
MISSOURIYESMISSOURI 2014
MONTANAYESMONTANA 2014
NEBRASKAYESNEBRASKA 2014
NEVADAYES (ENHANCED ONLY)NEVADA 2014
NEW HAMPSHIREYESNEW HAMPSHIRE 2014
NEW JERSEYNONEW JERSEY 2014
NEW MEXICOYES (ENHANCED ONLY)NEW MEXICO 2013
NEW YORKNONEW YORK 2014
NORTH CAROLINAYESNORTH CAROLINA 2014
NORTH DAKOTAYESNORTH DAKOTA 2014
OHIOYESOHIO 2014
OKLAHOMAYESOKLAHOMA 2014
OREGONNOOREGON 2014
PENNSYLVANIANOPENNSYLVANIA 2014
RHODE ISLANDNORHODE ISLAND 2014
SOUTH CAROLINAYES (ENHANCED ONLY)SOUTH CAROLINA 2014
SOUTH DAKOTAYESSOUTH DAKOTA 2014
TENNESSEEYESTENNESSEE 2014
TEXASYESTEXAS 2004
UTAHYESUTAH 2014
VERMONTNOVERMONT 2014
VIRGINIAYES (ENHANCED ONLY)VIRGINIA 2014
WASHINGTONYES (ENHANCED ONLY)WASHINGTON 2014
WEST VIRGINIAYESWEST VIRGINIA 2014
WISCONSINYESWISCONSIN 2014
WYOMINGYESWYOMING 2014

 

Please contact Deputy Attorney General Stephanie Altig at 208-884-7498 for further questions.

View page on the Idaho State Police website.