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How do I get a Washington State motorcycle endorsement?
To qualify for a Washington State motorcycle endorsement, you’ll need to: Be at least 16 years old. Pass a motorcycle education course. Have permission of a parent/guardian to apply. Have a WA driver’s license. Through a motorcycle training school. As part of an approved motorcycle safety course. Pay the appropriate motorcycle endorsement fees.
How much does a Washington motorcycle license cost?
The DOL fees for a Washington motorcycle license include the application fee ($17 to $27) and the license endorsement fee of $84 for six years (includes the driver鈥檚 license renewal fee). The cost of the permit and endorsement tests and safety courses vary by motorcycle school, but these costs are subsidized by the State of Washington.
What are the requirements to ride a motorcycle in Washington State?
Be at least 16 years old. If you are under 18, you must pass an approved 2W motorcycle safety course . Your parent or guardian must also sign the consent form, which must be done at a licensing office. Have a valid WA State driver license.
How do I transfer my out-of-state motorcycle license to Washington?
Follow the same steps to transfer your out-of-state driver’s license. Bring proof of your out-of-state motorcycle license/endorsement (if different than your standard license). Pay the $89 fee for a Washington license or $113 for a Enhanced driver license. Additional motorcycle endorsement fee may apply.