Washington Learner's Permit
How to get your Washington Learner's permit
Before you can apply for your Washington learner's permit you will first have to follow a few guidelines.
- If you're enrolled in a driver's education class, you can get an instruction permit when you're 15 if you apply for the permit no more than 10 days before the class starts.
- If you're not enrolled in a driver's education class, you can get a permit when you are 151/2 or older if you pass the knowledge test.
How to apply for a Washington Learner's Permit:
Visit a driver licensing office and bring the following with you:
- Proof of identity.
- Payment for the fee.
- If you're under 18, a completed Parental Authorization Affidavit. Your parents must provide proof of their identity and relationship to you.
- If you're enrolled in a driver's education class, the signed application from your driving school instructor.
- Pass a vision screening, which includes color recognition.
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