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Due to flooding, the Everett Driver Licensing Services Office is closed. It'll reopen for business on June 11. In the meantime, customers are encouraged to access our online services or visit these nearby offices: Smokey Point, Lynnwood, and Shoreline.

How to renew your license: Vehicle and vessel dealers

Things to know

Due to passage of House Bill 1722, which eliminates wholesale vehicle dealer license, effective:

  • May 15, 2017, no new applications will be accepted due to licensing processing time.
  • July 1, 2017, we'll no longer issue new wholesale dealer licenses. If a license in process is not issued by July 1, fees will be refunded.
  • July 1, 2018, you'll no longer be able to renew wholesale vehicle dealer licenses.
  • July 1, 2019, the wholesale dealer license will no longer exist. For more information, see the Bill Summary.

The applicant/licensee must comply with all applicable laws and rules, even if not covered below.

How to renew

Renew online with the Department of Revenue

What you'll need

  • If needed, supporting documents shown below, ready for upload
  • MasterCard, Visa, or American Express credit/debit card (transaction fee charged) or bank account information for E-check to pay:
    • BLS renewal fee
    • License and plate renewal fees for your license type

Want to renew by mail?

Follow the instructions on your renewal letter. If you did not receive a renewal letter, contact Business Licensing Service at 800.451.7985. Have your Unified Business Identification (UBI) number ready.

Supporting document for your renewal

Used vehicle dealers only: Certificate of Dealer Education showing you've completed at least 5 hours of approved training. To get your education certificate, contact one of the following education providers:

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