Wisconsin DMV Information

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.

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Before you head to the DMV to get your permit, study for the written and behind-the-wheel exams on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. - How to Apply For a License - A handy checklist of driver licensing requirements for teens in Wisconsin. Some applicants can use this online resource to submit an application and schedule a DMV appointment. - First Time Drivers License Information - Graduated driver license (GDL) requirements for teens between the ages of 15 and 18. - Parent Or Sponsor Supervised Driving Program​ - Download your parent-teen safe driving contract and learn about what is required of a sponsor or parent instructor. - Teen Driving School Requirements - Need help finding a licensed, responsible driving school? The Wisconsin DMV has all of the information you need.

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.

2. Wisconsin Crash Statistics - Yearly statistics for car crashes by time frame and county. 3. Highway Fatality Reports Fatalities on Wisconsin roadways by month and year. 4. Wisconsin Roadway Facts and Figures Download statistics on road safety, number of drivers licensed, licenses revoked and much more going back to 1998!