Replace your enhanced ID card (EID)
If your enhanced ID card (EID) is lost or stolen, you can get a replacement online or at any driver licensing office. If it will expire within 3 months, please renew it instead of getting a replacement.
- You can replace your enhanced ID card online if:
- You had a valid, unexpired enhanced ID card.
- You haven’t replaced or renewed your enhanced ID card online within the past 12 months.
- We have your Social Security number and current address on file.
- You can’t replace your enhanced ID card online if:
- You moved out of Washington State.
- You changed your name from what is printed on your Enhanced ID Card.
- Your record shows you had a dishonored check, unpaid traffic fines, unpaid reissuance fee, suspension, revocation, or cancellation.
When you complete the online application:
- You can print a receipt for your records.
- After we approve your application, we’ll mail an exact copy of the lost or stolen enhanced ID card to the residence address we have on file for you. You should get your replacement card within 10 days. If you don’t get your replacement within 45 days, call us at 360.902.4071.
At an office
You can replace your enhanced ID card by visiting any driver licensing office. When you visit the office, bring all of the following:
- Your proof of identity.
- Payment for the fee. You may pay with:
- MasterCard and American Express credit or debit cards, and some Visa debit cards.
- Credit and debit cards not accepted at Coulee Dam, Davenport, Friday Harbor, Forks, Goldendale, Newport, Republic, or South Bend.
- A vendor-charged convenience fee is added to all transactions paid with a debit or credit card at driver licensing offices.
- If you’re under 18, your parent or guardian must come with you to sign an affidavit.
If you qualify, you’ll get a temporary EID before you leave the licensing office. You should get your new EID within 10 days. If you don’t get your replacement within 45 days, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.