Driving Instruction since 2008
General and Driver's Ed related Questions
Q. I moved from another state. Do I have to take both knowledge and Drive test to get my license ?
A. Yes, If you moved in WA state with expired license from your home state you have to take both knowledge and drive test.
Q. I am on a Tourist visa. Can I get a WA license ?
A. Yes you can, for further information please contact DOL (Department of licensing)
Q. I am new to Washington State, what I have to do to get my license ?
A. You have to pre-apply online (DOL website) first to get your confirmation number. which will be your license number. It will be your first 5 letters of your last name first letter of your first name, first letter of your middle initial and then some numbers.
Q. I had a WA state license before. Now I am moving back to Washington State again. Do I have to pre-apply ?
Q. My Washington State license was revoked and now it is expired, do I have to pre-apply again to get new a number?
Q. Is Pick number, Confirmation number, Ticket number, ID card number, Permit number, Learner's permit or Driver license numbers are same ?
Q. Is Skill test, Road test, Drive test are same ?
Q. Is Knowledge test and Written test are same ?
Q. Can I take my drive test first and then take my written test ?
A. No, you have to take your knowledge test first and then if you pass we'll take you out for your drive test.
Q. Is knowledge test in Computer ?
A. No, paper and pencil.
Q. Is there any clock set up for written test ?
A. No, at Bal Driving school you can take your time as much as you want.
Q. Do I have to make appointment for testing ?
A. No, Walkins welcome, we also do appointments.
Q. If I fail the test, do I have to wait ?
A. No, You can be tested rightaway, but fee applies.
Q. For Drive test, can I use school vehicle ?
A. Yes, with little extra charge.
Q. My vehicle is not insured, can I bring it for drive test ?
A. No, must be insured.
Q. I just pass the knowledge test, Can I get some driving lessons ?
A. No, you must have a valid Instruction permit.
Q. How long the test scores are valid for ?
A. 1 year
Q. My son is not 15 years old yet, can he sign up for Driver's Ed ?
A. No, he must be 15 years old on the day of registration.
Q. How many Classroom sessions can my son miss ?
A. not more then 3, but he has to make up those missed classroom sessions
Q. Will I be charged if I miss any classroom session ?
Q. Will I be charged if I missed any schedule drive ?
A. Yes, Please refer to Student Parent hand book.
Q. After finishing all classroom and behind the wheel drive sessions can I get my license rightaway ?
A. Please refer to Student Parent hand book.
For any other Question Please call our main School office at (360) 785-6383 or call Bal at (360) 393-8769.