BOISE — Idahoans needing to renew their driver’s license, identification card or vehicle license plate can now “skip the line by going online” through a new website, Drive Idaho.

“Our new online services page, Drive Idaho, brings all of the new and existing DMV’s online services into one, easy-to-navigate page,” Division of Motor Vehicles Administrator Alberto Gonzalez said. “Qualified Idahoans can now skip the line at the county sheriffs’ and assessors’ offices by going online for DMV services.”

Idahoans cannot apply for the Star Card, Idaho’s REAL ID online. To obtain a Star Card, go to itd.idaho.gov/starcard to learn what documents must be taken to the county sheriff’s office.

Here is a complete list of online services:

• Renew their driver’s license or ID

• Purchase a replacement driver’s license or ID

• Check the status of their driving privileges

• Pay reinstatement fees

• Update an address

• Renew a vehicle license plate

• Order personalized license plates

• Check the status of a vehicle license plate or title, and

• Other DMV services

Beginning July 1, two new online services will be added to the website for commercial truck registrations and oversize/overweight trip permits.

“Not only will online services at the Drive Idaho website be convenient, but it will reduce lines at the county offices for those who choose or are required to go there for DMV services,” Gonzalez said.

Idahoans can access the DMV Drive Idaho online services 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays at: itd.idaho.gov/DriveIdaho

“ITD in partnership with Access Idaho was able to extend online services to the public. Our new system for driver’s licenses has been stable for nine months, transactions statewide continue to exceed last year’s totals and wait times for the public at county sheriff’s offices have stabilized.”