Permits: Commercial vehicles
- Vehicle and vessel licensing offices can’t perform transactions on Saturday, December 10.
- Vehicle and vessel online services won’t be available December 7-12 while we update our system.
- On December 12, 2016, we’ll begin using a new vehicle and vessel computer system.
- In the days following the launch of our new system, you may experience longer than usual wait times.
Learn more: DOL vehicle licensing system will be down on December 10 for system replacement (licensingexpress.wordpress.com).
A Washington commercial vehicle trip permit authorizes you to operate a single commercial vehicle at the maximum weight limit for 3 consecutive days. No more than 3 permits may be used for any 1 vehicle within a 30-day period.
Trip permits cost $30 each, and may be purchased at:
You must purchase a special fuel permit when entering Washington if you:
- Don’t pay fuel tax under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA).
- Plan to operate a diesel or propane-powered commercial vehicle that has:
- 2 axles and a gross vehicle weight (GVW) over 26,000 pounds
- 3 or more axles regardless of weight.
- A combination of vehicles with a combined GVW over 26,000 pounds.
Fuel permits are good for 3 consecutive days, and cost $30 each. You may buy fuel permits at:
Oversize or Overweight Permits
You can purchase Oversize or Overweight Permits online through the Department of Transportation's Electronic System Network for Oversize and Overweight Information (eSNOOPI).
For questions or assistance, call: 360.704.6340.
Questions? Need help?
Contact us or a vehicle licensing office location.