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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.

CDL disqualifications: Driving a commercial vehicle while under an out-of-service order

How long will my license be disqualified?

  • First violation: 180 days
  • Second violation: 2 years (3 years if the incident occurred while you were transporting hazardous materials or transporting 16 or more passengers, including the driver.)
  • Third violation: 3 years

How do I re-qualify?

  • Pay a $35 re-qualification fee.
  • If disqualified for 1 year or longer, pass the Commercial Driver License (CDL) knowledge and driving tests.
  • For a hazardous materials endorsement, pass a separate knowledge test. (We also may require you to show us a letter from the Transportation Security Administration stating you passed their background check.)

Can I appeal the disqualification?

You may request an administrative review.

Related laws

RCW 46.25.090(6): Disqualification — Grounds for, period of — Records.

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