DuPage County IL DMV

Find DuPage County, Illinois DMV, BMV, bureau of motor vehicles, motor vehicle department, driver services, and title & tag agency. DMVs provide information on vehicle registration, driver licenses, and driver insurance, road driving tests, and driving permit exams.


Lombard Secretary of State Office 837 South Westmore-Meyers Road Lombard IL 60148 630-629-8305


Naperville Secretary of State Office 931 West 75th Street Naperville IL 60540 312-793-1010

West Chicago Secretary of State Office 1280 Powis Road West Chicago IL 60185 312-793-1010

Wheaton Secretary of State Office 128 West Liberty Drive Wheaton IL 60187 312-793-1010

About DuPage County DMV

The DuPage County Department of Motor Vehicles, also known as the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), is a government agency that is responsible for issuing driver's licenses, collecting fuel taxes, administering vehicle titling and registration, and enforcing vehicle safety and emissions requirements in DuPage County, IL. The DuPage County DMV/BMV may be part of a larger department, such as the Illinois Department of Public Safety, the Illinois Transportation Department, or the Illinois Department of Revenue. In addition to core DMV programs and services, the DuPage County DMV offers special parking permits for the disabled and IDs for non-drivers that can be used as valid photo identification.

Interested parties may contact the DMV/BMV for questions about:
  • Making DuPage County DMV appointments
  • How to get an Illinois driver's license
  • Renewing Illinois driver's licenses
  • Scheduling driving permit and road tests
  • Motor vehicle registrations, tags, and titles
DuPage County Driver's Licenses

The DuPage County Department of Motor Vehicles educates the public on laws regarding the Illinois driving age, temporary and learners permits, and restrictions on new drivers, especially teen drivers. DMVs also provide information about IL commercial driver's licenses and related training, IL motorcycle licenses safety classes, and insurance requirements.

Illinois Traffic Tickets, Points & Penalties

The DuPage County DMV tracks individual traffic violations through a points system whereby traffic violations result in points imposed on the Illinois driver's license. The number of points depends on the severity of the violations. The accumulation of driving points on the license may lead to temporary or permanent loss of the IL driver's license and can adversely affect automobile insurance costs.

DuPage County DMV Online Services

The DuPage County DMV or BMV may offer online services for DuPage County residents to register or renew registrations and licenses. Online services provide access to information regarding DuPage County driver testing requirements, applications for licenses, registration renewal dates, IL emissions testing requirements, and DuPage County emissions test locations.