Duplicate Driving License Request in Chile - Easy Steps

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What is it?

A duplicate driving license request in Chile allows citizens to obtain a copy of their existing driving license if it is lost, stolen, or damaged. This service ensures you continue to have a valid form of identification for driving purposes.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for anyone living in Chile who has lost their driving license, had it stolen, or has a damaged license. It is especially crucial for individuals who rely on their driving license for daily commuting or professional purposes.


  1. Report the loss or theft to the local police and obtain a police report.
  2. Visit the local municipal office (Municipalidad) with the police report.
  3. Fill out the duplicate license application form provided by the municipality.
  4. Submit the required documents along with the completed application form.
  5. Pay the applicable fee for processing the duplicate license.
  6. Wait for the processing period and collect the new duplicate license from the municipal office or have it mailed to your address.

Required documents

  • Police report indicating the loss or theft of the original license (can be obtained from the local police station)
  • National Identification Document (Cédula de Identidad)
  • Proof of address (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.)
  • Completed application form (available at the municipal office)
  • Payment receipt for the duplicate license fee

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are in original or certified copies as per the municipal requirements.
  • It is advisable to start the process as soon as possible to avoid penalties for driving without a valid license.
  • You may inquire about the status of your application through the municipal office or their official website.


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