Motor Vehicles office encourages the access of services by phone and online

While masks are no longer required indoors, Motor Vehicles will continue to limit office capacity for in-person visitors.

Yukoners are encouraged to use online services, such as vehicle registration renewal, or contact our office by phone to find out which services can still be provided. 

Update information on your current driver's licence

Change your address

You are required by law to update the address on your driver’s licence. There is no charge to update this information.

  1. Go to a Motor Vehicles office and bring your current Yukon driver’s licence with you.
  2. Advise Motor Vehicles of your new address.
  3. Our staff will issue you a temporary licence, valid for 90 days.
  4. You will get your new driver's licence card in the mail within 7 to 10 business days. This card will reflect your current expiry date.

Change your licence class and add restrictions or endorsements

We will update your licence class and add restrictions or endorsements free of charge. Contact a Yukon Motor Vehicles office for more information.

Change your name

  1. Go to a Motor Vehicles office and bring your current Yukon driver’s licence with you.
  2. Bring original paperwork demonstrating your legal name change. Note: Bring in your marriage certificate(s) or legal name change document(s) if your birth certificate, valid passport or permanent resident card does not reflect your current legal surname.
  3. Our staff will issue you a temporary licence that will be valid for 90 days.
  4. You will receive your new driver's licence card in the mail within 7 to 10 business days. This card will reflect your current expiry date.
Contact: 

For questions about updating your driver’s licence email motor.vehicles@gov.yk.ca or phone: 867-667-5315 or toll free in Yukon: 1-800-661-0408, ext. 5315.