DOL Written & Drive Tests
THE DOL DOES NOT ACCEPT A HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE ID CARD AS VALID IDENTIFCATION FOR TESTING. PLEASE REFER TO THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT ID TO BRING.
We are approved by the State of Washington Department of Licensing to offer both the written and drive test.
Currently, we only conduct DOL Tests from our North Spokane location - 329 W Hastings Rd.
You must bring a government issued picture ID (High School/College ID cards do not meet the DOL standard for ID Cards) or High School Yearbook containing your class picture and your Washington State PIC number (ID/driver license number).
Click here to apply for your Washington State PIC/ID Number SAVE YOUR CONFIRMATION NUMBER!
The confirmation number you recieve is your Washington State PIC/ID Number
To download and review a copy of our Testing Policies visit our resource page.
Click here to get a copy of the Washington Driver Guide
Study the Washington Driver Guide very thoroughly before testing. Online practice test are not very effective at preparing you to pass your Written test
No DOL testing on Mondays
Written Test - $20
Bring a picture ID and Washington DOL PIC/ID/Permit number
Test Times - You must arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled start time; the Department of Licensing does not allow anyone to start if they arrive late.
Written Test Schedule:
- Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday @ 12:30 pm
- Friday @ 4 pm
- No Appointment needed
- Seating is limited to 12 people on a first come basis
- Per DOL testing regulations, if you arrive after the tests has started, you will not be allowed to start the test.
- If a person has attempted the written test twice we do offer the option of having an examiner read the test. Appointments are required for the oral test and are available on the 1st Friday of the month. Call 509-474-9222 to schecule your test.
We reserve the right to cancel test dates and or times, Cancelled testing times are posted on this page..
Study the Washington Driver Guide in detail. Copies available at the DOL Office or the DOL Website