Change your address: Vehicles & boats
Change your vehicle address
Change your boat address
Visit a vehicle licensing office or Quick Title office.
Which address to use
If the address you’re changing is for your:
- Personally-owned vehicle or boat, use your residence street address:
- You don’t need to provide an address if:
- You’re exempt from paying motor vehicle excise taxes or fees.
- Your vehicle is exempt from motor vehicle excise taxes or fees.
- You’re homeless.
- Business-owned vehicles, use the street address of the principal place of business in Washington.
You may also need to…
Change the address on your driver license
Changing your address on 1 vehicle doesn’t automatically change it on your driver license or other vehicles and boats. If you need to change the address for your driver license, see update your driver license.
Change the address on your Good To Go! account
If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, be sure to update the address on your account with the Department of Transportation:
If you want a new title or registration
You won’t automatically get a new title or registration when you change your address. If you want an updated title or registration, you may request one for a fee:
|Type of document
Available at any vehicle licensing office.
Some vehicle licensing offices may charge an additional $5 service fee.
||$31 — Vehicles
$5.25 — Boats
Quick titles aren’t available
- Vehicles or boats reported as stolen.
- Insurance or wrecker destroyed vehicles and boats.
- Vehicles or boats with a ”WA rebuilt“ brand on the title.
|$81 — Vehicles
$55.25 — Boats
Terms we use
- This is the information we have about your vehicle or boat, such as your name, address, endorsements, restrictions, etc.
- This document is your proof of ownership. It is issued when you first purchase your vehicle or boat. You want to keep this in a safe place and not in the vehicle.
- When you renew your tabs each year, you receive a new registration document to sign and keep in your vehicle.
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