Governor signs Discover Pass bill; two-vehicle covered starting today - Outdoors blog - Spokesman.com - March 30, 2012
PUBLIC LANDS — A Washington Discover Pass — required for parking in state parks and most other state lands — is valid for two vehicles starting today, according to legislation signed this afternoon by Gov. Chris Gregoire.
The change took effect immediately. Holders of previously issued annual Discover Passes may enter a second vehicle license number on their existing pass.
The rule making the $30 annual pass valid for only one vehicle was largely criticized by consumers after the state recreation land pass was enacted in July 2011.
Pass transfer between two vehicles also applies to vehicle access passes (VAPs) issued free with purchases of annual fishing and hunting licenses for access to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) recreation lands and water- access sites.
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