Use this application to apply for one of the following: an Operator’s License, a Learner’s Permit, a Commercial Driver License (CDL), a Class “D” Commercial License (Non-CDL) or a Non-Driver’s Identification Card. This application may also be used to change your name and/or address on you driver license and/or voter registration files.
Certification of School Attendance Status – In accordance with Section 63-1-10, Mississippi Code of 1972, any applicant for a driver license under eighteen years of age must submit with the application documentation from the appropriate authority that the applicant is in compliance with Section 63-1-9(g), Mississippi Code of 1972, as amended.
AN ACT TO REPEAL SECTIONS 63-13-1 THROUGH 63-13-29, MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, WHICH CREATE THE MISSISSIPPI MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION LAW; TO REQUIRE THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO ANNUALLY ISSUE PERMITS FOR, AND FURNISH INSTRUCTIONS AND ALL NECESSARY FORMS TO, OFFICIAL TINT INSPECTION STATIONS FOR THE INSPECTION OF WINDSHIELDS AND ISSUANCE OF LABELS AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 63-7-59; TO PROVIDE THAT A FEE OF $10.00 SHALL BE CHARGED FOR SUCH PERMITS; TO AUTHORIZE THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO SUSPEND OR REVOKE PERMITS ISSUED TO A STATION THAT IS NOT PROPERLY EQUIPPED OR CONDUCTED; TO AMEND SECTIONS 63-7-59, 37-41-53 AND 63-1-33, MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, IN CONFORMITY THERETO; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.
Pursuant to Miss. code ann. 45-9-101(10) In the event that a stun gun, concealed pistol or revolver
license is lost or destroyed, the person to whom the license was issued shall comply with the
provisions of subsection (9) of this section and may obtain a duplicate, or substitute thereof, upon
payment of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00) to the Department of Public Safety, and furnishing a notarized
statement to the department that such license has been lost or destroyed.