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Change your address: Driver license and ID card

Things to know

  • You have 10 days after you move to change your address on your driver license or ID card.
  • There's no cost to update your address. There is an additional fee for getting a new card with your updated address on it.
  • Updating your address on your driver license doesn't change your address on your vehicle. You'll need to do that separately.
  • If you want to see what addresses we have on file, log in or sign up for a License eXpress account.

You have 2 options to change your address online:

Pierce County residents

Customers affected by the 911 Addressing Project:

  • You're not required to update your address within 10 days unless you move.
  • If you're affected by the Project and experiencing an issue updating your address online, please try again after June 1, 2018.
  • To update your address now please contact Customer Service.

Overview

  1. Decide if you want a new card
  2. Update your vehicle address, if needed
  3. Update your Good To Go! account, if needed

1. Decide if you want a new card

  • If so, go online to request a new card. It’ll still have your current photo. If you want a new photo, you can have one taken for an additional fee at a driver licensing office. Be prepared to wait in line. See Tips for visiting an office: Driver licensing offices.
  • If you don't want a new card, you can wait until you renew your license or ID. This means you won’t be able to use your card as proof of your new address.

2. Update your vehicle address, if needed

If you haven't already, you may need to change your address on your vehicle registration.

3. Update your Good To Go! account, if needed

If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, be sure to update the contact information on your account with the Department of Transportation:

Related information:

Questions? Need help?

Contact us

Washington Healthcare Finder
Good To Go!
Access Washington – official state government website