If your driver training school didn't submit an electronic course completion for you, bring the signed certificate they gave you.
If you don't have your certificate and the school has closed, email us at email@example.com or call 360.664.6692.
Bring a parent with you to the licensing office to sign the parental authorization form.
If you can't bring a parent, have them fill out the Parental Authorization Affidavit form and have it notarized. You must bring the notarized form with you to the office.
Show proof of identity.
Provide your Social Security number, or sign a declaration if you don't have one.
Pass a vision screening.
Have your photo taken, if necessary.
Pay the fees.
Intermediate license laws for teen drivers
If you're under 18, you'll be issued an intermediate driver license and must follow these laws:
Driving with Passengers
First 6 months: No passengers under 20 years old, except for immediate family members (spouse, child, stepchild, or siblings, both by birth and marriage).
Next 6 months: No more than 3 passengers under 20 years old who aren't members of your immediate family.
Nighttime driving For the first 12 months, you can't drive between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. unless you're with a licensed driver 25 years or older. The only exceptions are driving for agricultural purposes and transporting farm products or supplies under the direction of a farmer as described in RCW 46.20.070.
No cell phones You aren't permitted to use wireless devices while driving, even with a hands-free device. This includes talking on cell phones and sending or receiving text messages. You may only use a wireless device to report an emergency.
These restrictions won't apply after you turn 18 years old.
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