You must have an appointment to come into a driver licensing office.
Please try our online services before scheduling an appointment.
Schedule an appointment
Schedule or cancel an appointment
- You can schedule up to 30 days in advance.
- A limited number of appointments open up each day, and as cancellations happen.
- Appointments are for services you can't do online, by phone, or by mail.
- If you’re having trouble with our scheduling system our customer service center can help you at 360.902.3900 (TTY: Call 711). They can't edit or move your appointment. If you need to reschedule, you'll need to cancel your existing one and start over.
Some driver licensing offices offer appointments, but they’re limited to:
- Driver licenses and ID cards
- Enhanced driver license (EDL) and enhanced ID (EID)
- Name changes for driver license and ID cards
- Knowledge and skills testing, where offered
- First-time Washington driver license, including teens, adults, and those moving to Washington. Pre-apply online before making an appointment.
- First-time identification card. Pre-apply online before making an appointment.
- Occupational restricted license
- Commercial driver licenses (CDL)
- Commercial driver knowledge tests
- Commercial driver license (CDL) and commercial learner permit (CLP)
- Driver training school instructor test
Check if an office near you is open for appointments, and what services they offer.
Keeping you safe
Your safety is important to us. We’ve added new protocols to keep you and our staff safe. Please:
- Cancel your appointment if you:
- Feel sick.
- Think you have been exposed to COVID-19.
- Wear a face covering, it’s required. It must cover your nose and mouth while you’re in the office. Please bring your own. If you don’t have one, we’ll cancel your appointment.
- Sanitize your hands when you arrive at the office.
- Take a COVID-19 health screening questionnaire.
- Practice social distancing and wait for instructions before approaching the counter.
- Let us know when you make an appointment if you need to bring a translator, caregiver, or dependent.
Thank you for your patience during these difficult times. Our added measures come from guidance from the Governor’s Office, Labor and Industries, and Department of Health.