If you are not one of the above, you won't need a health examination to renew your licence.
Photo ID - You will see a note on the driving licence renewal payment slip indicating if you need to provide photo ID. If so, go to your local photo station after paying the licence fee, to have your photo taken for no extra charge.
If your driving licence is going to expire soon, it is quicker to renew it at your local bank branch or post office.
You can't use your receipt or payment confirmation as a licence - if you are asked to show a driving licence and you show your receipt, this will not be accepted. Only temporary or permanent driving licences are valid.
This service and forms are provided in Hebrew. If you don't speak Hebrew, seeking assistance from a Hebrew speaker is recommended.
As of August 8th, 2017, drivers aged 40 to 69 are not required to take a health examination. Drivers aged 70 and over are required to take a health examination.
The payment will be registered on the Ministry of Transports system after 14 days.
Self-service - Rishiomat
You can pay for your licence at one of the Self-service - Rishiomat stands located at the Ministry of Transport offices, and selected malls and Super-Pharm branches and at government self-service stands located across the country. You will receive the temporary licence and payment confirmation immediately.
You must use a credit card registered in your name. If you are paying for someone else's licence, you must use a credit card belonging to the person whose licence you are renewing.
You can pay for your licence using the Government payment app: