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Renewing your Kentucky driver's license is required every four years, if you are under the age of 21 your license will expire 90 days after you turn 21.
If you wait longer than a year to renew your Kentucky driver's license you will have to retake both your vision and written tests.
The state of Kentucky will send you a renewal reminder in the mail to the address they have on file, so make sure your information is always up to date. You can renew your Kentucky driver's license up to 6 months prior to your Kentucky driver's license expiring.
To renew your Kentucky driver's license you basically only have one option which is to renew in person at your local Clerk's office. You cannot renew online at this time, and you will be allowed to renew by mail only if you are a military driver.
Be prepared to pay a $20 driver's license renewal fee.