You'll be able to continue to use your standard driver license and ID card to board all domestic commercial flights until enforcement begins in October 2020. After that, it will become important for Washington travelers to ensure they have acceptable identification

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DOL offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Our offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We'll be back to normal hours of operation on Jan. 22. Our holiday schedule: #MLKDay #HolidayHours #DOL
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We don't want to say things are frigorific out there, but the passes are downright oleaginous. On #NationalThesaurusDay and all days, please drive safely. #WinterDriving #BePrepared #DOL
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REAL ID affects anyone who wants to travel by plane or access certain federal facilities. Your standard driver’s license or ID card will work for other U.S. travel, such as riding a train: #REALID #ID2020 #DOL #WednesdayWisdom
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"@NHTSAgov estimates that in 2015, 90,000 police-reported crashes involved drowsy drivers. These crashes led to an estimated 41,000 people injured and more than 800 deaths." And those estimates may be low. #DrowsyDriving #WA #DOL
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Important reminder: "Emergency vehicles using lights and sirens — whether it’s an ambulance, fire truck, or police vehicle — always have the right of way." Pull over safely at your next opportunity and let them pass. #RightOfWay #RulesOfTheRoad #DOL
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If you can't see more than 200 feet ahead, you can't safely drive more than 30 mph. #Fog #WA #RulesOfTheRoad #DOL

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