How to get your WA Driver License
Steps To Get A WA Driving Permit
A. Pre-application - www.Dol.wa.gov
You can apply online at home or come here and use our computer for Free. Print the confirmation.
B. Come to Driving 101 get a Permit Waiver - up to 10 days before Driver's Ed starts or take the Written
C. Bring a WA State ID card or Certified Birth Certificate, SS Number, and your parent to the DOL.
Steps to get a Driving License
Driving 101 is an approved testing location to conduct licensing examinations.
First Come to Driving 101...
A. Written Knowledge Exam - $39 Written Exam - No Appointment necessary for written exams
B. Drive Exam (test results are good for one year) - By Appointment only
-$40 Drive Exam (your car)
-$60 Drive Exam (Driver's Ed Car)
Free - Temporary Authorization to Operate a Vehicle contract
Note: If you are under 18 years old you must pass a Traffic Safety Course, have held your driving permit for 6 months, and be at least 16 years old before applying for a driver license.
Go to the DOL and get the Driver's License...
Department of Licensing Fees-
Instructional Permit -
$25 Instructional Permit
Driver's License -
$35 License Application Fee
+$54 Regular WA Driver License Fee or $78 Enhanced WA Driver License Fee
Note: Passing the knowledge and driving tests does not guarantee that an applicant will be issued a driver's license. The Department of Licensing will determine if an applicant has met all licensing requirements.