Washington DMV hours, appointments, locations, phone numbers, holidays, and services. Find the Washington DMV office near me. Currently Washington has 207 working locations.
- 1. DMV Locations by County
- 2. Washington Department of Licensing (DOL)
- 3. Schedule Washington Department of Licensing Appointment
- 4. How to Get a Washington State Driver’s License
DMV Locations by County
- Clark County
- Lincoln County
- Jefferson County
- Snohomish County
- Clallam County
- Thurston County
- Pend Oreille County
- Cowlitz County
- King County
- Grant County
- Kitsap County
- Whatcom County
- Spokane County
- Columbia County
- Okanogan County
- Wahkiakum County
- Skagit County
- Garfield County
- Klickitat County
- Yakima County
- San Juan County
- Pacific County
- Island County
- Adams County
- Grays Harbor County
- Benton County
- Lewis County
- Pierce County
- Kittitas County
- Skamania County
- Ferry County
- Stevens County
- Chelan County
- Mason County
- Franklin County
- Whitman County
- Walla Walla County
- Asotin County
Washington Department of Licensing (DOL)
The Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) is a state agency that issues driver’s licenses, identification cards, and other credentials to Washington residents.
The DOL is an agency that provides identification cards for residents in the state of Washington. They issue driver’s licenses and other kinds of ID cards to people who live in the state. The DOL also offers services such as registering vehicles, renewing vehicle tabs, replacing lost or stolen IDs, and more.
Schedule Washington Department of Licensing Appointment
The Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) provides a calendar on their website for people to schedule their appointment.
The DOL provides a calendar on their website for people to schedule their appointment. The calendar is updated with the available appointments every day at 12:00 AM PST and lists the date, time, and location of the available appointments.
How to Get a Washington State Driver’s License
There are a few steps to get your Washington State Driver’s License.
First, you need to have a Social Security Number. If you don’t have one, you will need to apply for one. You can do this by filling out an SSN application form and returning it to the Social Security Administration office in person or by mail.
Second, you’ll need to pass a driver’s knowledge test at any DMV office in the state of Washington. This test covers all aspects of driving including road rules and signs as well as safe driving practices.
Third, find the nearest DMV office that offers driver license services and bring your completed application form, proof of identity (1 document), proof of residence (2 documents) and payment for the $36 fee.
How to Renew Your Washington State Driver’s License
If you need to renew your driver’s license in Washington State, the process is fairly straightforward.
The first step is to go online to the Department of Licensing website and create a login account. If you are already a registered user, you can log in with your username and password. If not, you will need to register as a new user and provide some personal information like your name, address, date of birth, social security number and driver’s license number.
Once you are logged in, click on “renew” on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Then select “driver’s licenses.” You will then be prompted for your driver’s license number and zip code so that DOL can find out where you live.
How to Replace Your Lost or Stolen Washington State Driver’s License
If you have lost your Washington State driver’s license and are wondering how to replace it, then the following steps will help you.
Step 1: Visit a local licensing office
Step 2: Bring a valid form of identification (e.g., passport) to prove your identity
Step 3: Bring a completed Affidavit of Loss/Release of Interest for Driver’s License or Identification Card (Form DLS-4)
Step 4: If you are under 18 years old, bring a parent or legal guardian with you who has proof of custody or guardianship
Step 5: Pay the $10 fee