- Decide what you'd like to have on your plate.
- Find out the initial cost for plates.
- Submit your application and payment.
- Update your Good-to-Go! account, if needed.
- Renew your tabs and registration yearly.
1. Decide what you'd like to have on your plate
You must be a WA state vehicle owner, to get these plates.
If you own the rideshare van, you may be exempt from sales and use tax. To receive the tax exemption, vans must:
- Have a seating capacity of 15 or less.
- Be used regularly as a ride-sharing vehicle to transport:
- 7 or more people, including driver.
- 5 or more people, including driver, where 3 or more are confined to a wheelchair.
2. Find out the initial cost for plates
Fee by vehicle type
Save money. If your tabs expire in 6 months or less, save money by getting your new plates and tabs at the same time.
Contact a vehicle licensing office to find out the total cost of your plates.
3. Submit your applications and payment
4. Update your Good To Go! account, if needed
If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, be sure to update the contact information on your account with the Department of Transportation:
5. Renew your tabs and registration yearly
You'll need to pay the renewal fees to renew your tabs and registration every year, even if you're not using the vehicle.