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Wisconsin DMV Guide

The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), also known as the Department of Transportation (DOT) is a government agency that serves residents of the Badger State with all things driving related. If you’re looking to get a Wisconsin drivers license or learners permit, register your vehicle or renew your plates, you’ll need to visit a DMV office or testing station at some point.

Wisconsin DMV Locations

Wherever you live, there is a DMV office near you. Select your county from the list below to find the nearest location.

All LocationsMilwaukeeMadisonGreen BayKenoshaRacine/SturtevantAppletonWaukesha/PewaukeeOshkoshEau Claire

Drivers Licenses & Learners Permits for Teens

Online Services Through the Wisconsin DMV

  • Renew Your License Plate – Save time. Skip the DMV lines and renew your license plates online!
  • Change Your Address – Change your mailing address for your Wisconsin driver license, ID, license plates, registration and more.
  • Title and Register Your Vehicle – This electronic application lets you title and register a vehicle in your name. Make sure you understand all requirements and pay required fees before proceeding.
  • Schedule a Road Test – Ready to get your license? Of course you are! Schedule a road test before you head to the Wisconsin DOT.
  • Order a Replacement Title – Complete a Replacement Title Application (MV2119) from your personal computer.
  • Check the Status of Your License or ID Card – Use this online service to check the print and mailing status of your drivers license or ID card.

Wisconsin Road Safety