IA DMV Information
The Iowa Department of Transportation, which oversees licensing and registration in the state, is pretty high tech. You can make appointments and find most forms online at the DOT website.
If you’ve just moved to Iowa, you’ll have 30 days to transfer your out-of-state license. In order to do so you’ll need to provide a few things, according to the Iowa DOT:
- Proof of identity, like your out-of-state license
- Proof of residency, like a lease or utility bill
- Social security card
- Passed vision test, written test, and driving test
- Pay licensing fees
You’ll also have only 30 days to transfer your vehicle’s title and registration to Iowa. This requires providing proof-of-purchase or the title from your previous state of residence, an application for a title, and payment of registration fees.