The Seattle auto licensing Agency opened on Monday June 21st in West Seattle in the Westwood Village.
However, Westside Seattle has been informed that they are “having internet problems and are delaying their opening”.
This opening should take place in the near future.
Owned by Randy and Robin Lais, who also own the Port Orchard License Agency (opened there in 2011), the company will provide ownership and licensing services for vehicles, motorcycles, ships, watercraft, travel and utility vehicles. You can also renew registrations, get a sales report, get travel permits and disabled posters.
Randy also said, “Quick Titles begins the moment we program the state computer software for our office. We are honored to have the opportunity to support the West Seattle area. We will make you proud.”
Its official address is 2515 SW Trenton Street, Suite 103 Seattle, WA 98106-3209
The company’s directors are Randy and Robyn Lais and Aaron Herbstritt.
Your website should be up in “about a week,” said Randy.
He noted the close proximity to the Washington State Driver’s License Office nearby on SW 25, where you can renew your personal driver’s license.
This will be the first licensing agency in West Seattle to open subsequently the closure of the former West Seattle License Agency in late 2019.
The Seattle License Agency owners have no connection with the former owners of this company.
Customers have to pay first by cash or check until the credit card system is in place.
Seattle car license location:
Westwood Village Shopping Center
2515 SW Trenton Street, Suite 103
Seattle, WA 98106-3209
Hours: 9-5 MF, Sa 10-2
- The new location will serve residents of West Seattle, White Center and Westside in their own communities and is now especially helpful with bridge issues.
- The new location in Westwood Village is easily accessible with sufficient parking spaces, including ADA parking spaces directly in front of the office.
King County works with the Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) to issue and renew vehicle and marine licenses. Through this partnership, King County also signs contracts with local companies called subagents to offer suitable locations for personal licensing.
Visit dol.wa.gov to view the services offered online.