Department of Licensing launches new, time-saving online driver licensing services



DOL recently introduced two new online services that will save our customers time. The first, our Online Driver License Pre-Application, allows individuals seeking their first Washington State driver license or ID card to start the process online to save themselves time in our offices. When they do visit a driver license office, our staff simply verifies the information provided while validating their identity documents.  
The second new online application is designed for teens with an instruction (learner’s) permit. After they successfully complete the required traffic safety course and driver testing at a licensed driver training school, they can go online to finalize their driver license and pay the required licensing fees without another visit to a driver licensing office. After completing the simple online process, their new license is mailed to them, saving them the second visit to a driver license office.  

One Response to Department of Licensing launches new, time-saving online driver licensing services

  1. RG. Watson says:

    It seams to me that we all like to wine and complain when it come to any thing we don’t like so now is the chance to make it right. Educate yourself on the legal requirements of the business and then protest to them that they need more spaces, try to cop out to our already over burden legislative a$$ wipes. Why should we be paying for something that the business should be’ to get us in the door? I am not disabled, but my spouse is and we don’t have or use a DP placard. We feel that we are willing to allow the more needy have our spot and GOD will tell us when we need it. F.R.O.G. (fully rely on GOD).

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