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When Do You Need to License Your Vehicle?
You must license your vehicle in the state within 30 days of becoming a Washington resident. You are considered to be a resident when you register to vote, receive state benefits, apply for any state license at residential rates, or seek in-state tuition rates.
What Will You Need to License Your Vehicle?
• A Washington Driver’s License.
• Manufacturer’s Statement/Certificate of Origin, if new vehicle.
• Current title and registration. For titles held by lien holder, you will need a fax or photocopy of
the title being held by the lien holder. For lost titles, you will need to apply for a duplicate from the statue of issuance.
• Registered owners must bring identification. If vehicle is from another state and there will be no change in registered owners, only one registered owner’s signature is needed.
• Odometer Disclosure is needed when your vehicle is less than 10 years old. Both you and the previous owner must sign the odometer disclosure statement when you are titling and licensing your newly acquired vehicle.
• The weight of your vehicle (Travel trailers excluded).
• Licensing Fees & Taxes.