If you are a new Idaho resident, you must register your vehicle with the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within 90 days of establishing Idaho residency. NOTE: You must title the car before registering. You can register immediately after titling on the same visit.
Fees for a Driver's License in Idaho. The fee and length of validity of your ID driver's license will depend on your age: 18 to 21 years old: $30 (valid for 3 years). 20 years old: $15 (valid for 1 year). 21 years old and older: $30 (valid for 4 years). 21 to 62 years old: $55 (valid for 8 years).
Vehicle registration in Idaho must be done in person at your local DMV office. Gather your title, proof of identity, car insurance, and payment for your registration fee. You'll need to have your VIN inspected and submit a certificate of inspection, as well as a registration application.
How to Apply for an Idaho Driver's License. To apply for an Idaho driver's license, visit your local DMV office with: Proof of your Idaho residence, such as your: Rental agreement. Utility bill. School enrollment records. Proof of your age and identity, such as your: Birth certificate.