Make an appointment to come into a driver licensing office.
You must wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Come prepared, wear a mask.
Many of our services are online. Try our online services instead of coming in person!
Log in or join to find out if you're eligible to renew online.
You'll need to renew at a driver licensing office if you:
Your home address is on your license, make sure it's updated. If needed, please change your address before you renew.
You can renew up to:
When you get your driver license or ID card, we may ask if you’re a twin or triplet. Answering this question is voluntary.
We share this information with the Washington State Twin Registry. The Registry will contact you and ask if you’d like to join the Twin Registry. Learn more about the program on the Washington State Twin Registry website.
You can ignore the notice or send us a copy of the death certificate by:
The county medical examiner or coroner issues death certificates. After it's issued, the Department of Health notifies us - this can take several months. As soon as we receive the notice, we'll update their record. This should stop all future correspondence.
You don't have to return the person's license or ID card. You can keep it as a memento if you wish or discard it.
If your commercial driver license (CDL) gets lost or stolen while you're out of the state, you can't get a new one by mail. Instead, you can surrender your CDL and renew or replace your regular driver license.
To renew or replace your driver license without a CDL: