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Can i exchange my Dutch drivers licence to one for Washington state?

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Im a bit confused. Can i go to the DMV, show my Dutch licence and exchange it to a Washington state licence?

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This seems to indicate that the answer is "no".  https://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/moving.html


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43 minutes ago, Rusty72 said:

Whats the difference between B.C. and the rest of Canada? Or other countries washington is real prejudiced 😁

BC borders Washington so they likely have a reciprocal agreement since they are neighbors.

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