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Vancouver DMV- DOL - Washington - Department of Licensing

State:Washington - Department of Licensing - DOL
DMV Location: Orchards Auto License - WA
DMV Office Address: 11110 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard, Vancouver, WA 98662

DMV Phone Number: 360-254-6226

Q:What are the Vancouver DMV hours of operation? Are they the same for both the offices?

A:Yes, the working hours for both the offices of the DMV in Vancouver, that is the Vancouver North and the Vancouver East driver licensing offices are the same. These are from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9.30 pm to 5 pm on Thursdays and 8.30 am to 2.30 pm on Saturdays.

Q:What kinds of services does the DMV Vancouver WA provide?

A:Both DMV offices in Vancouver provide the same services. These include accepting applications for a new driver's license, ID card, an instruction permit and an enhanced driver license (EDL) or an enhanced ID Card (EDI) and renewing the same. You can also apply for a name and address change on your respective driver's license as well as for its replacement or an ID card. Click on more links for further details.

Q:Does the DMV Vancouver conduct driver license testing? If not, then where should I go to get tested?

A:No, neither the Vancouver East and nor does the Vancouver North office of the DMV conduct driver license testing. For this you need to go to one of the six testing sites in Vancouver, such as the Driving School of Vancouver, the Centerline Driving School or Big John's Driving School of Vancouver.

Q:What is the contact number of the DMV Vancouver Washington?

A:This depends on which Vancouver DMV office you are trying to get in touch with. The Vancouver East DMV office that is situated on 136th Avenue can be reached at 360.260.6288, whereas you can call the Vancouver North office on 360.576.6060. Browse through more sections on our site for further details.

Q:How can I get a license replacement from the Vancouver DMV?

A:You will have to bring a proof of identity to the driver licensing office and take the vision test. Applicants under eighteen years of age must be accompanied by parents or guardians who must sign the affidavit. A fee of $20 has to be paid in the form of cash, check or acceptable credit/debit card. Your license replacement will in two to four weeks.