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Wisconsin residents who have received parking or traffic ticket fines recently can check the status of their drivers license and whether or not they have unpaid tickets through the Wisconsin DOT website. To check, fill out the Incident Search online form with drivers licensesand other personal information. Residents with the citation number of their tickets can also check the ticket information using the Wisconsin Court System website.
For more information: How to Pay a Traffic Ticket in Wisconsin
Wisconsin residents with a salvaged vehicle who would like to obtain a salvaged car title must have the vehicle inspected before a title is issued. Vehicle inspections are made to ensure that the vehicle and all its parts were obtained legally and are safe to operate. To find the closest vehicle inspection agency, check the Salvage Vehicle Inspecting Agency List.
For more information: Title Transfers or obtaining a New Certificate of Title in Wisconsin
Wisconsin residents with suspended drivers licenses (or revoked drivers licenses) may be eligible to receive an occupational (restricted) drivers license depending on the reason for their drivers license suspension. Occupational drivers licenses allow the driver to use a vehicle for a maximum of 12 hours a day and 60 hours a week to go to and from home, work or church. To find an occupational drivers license eligibility, Wisconsin residents can fill out the Occupational License Eligibility Check form.
For more information:Suspended License Information for Wisconsin
Wisconsin residents who are also active military members and in possession of a Class M motorcycle licensecan visit a local WI DMV office to fill out a Driver License application form MV3001.
Wisconsin military members with approaching motorcycle licenses while outofstate can also renew their motorcycle drivers licenses by mail. To do so, fill out a Driver License Application and have a vision specialist fill out a Certificate of Vision Examination by Competent Authority. Mail both documents along with the $18 motorcycle drivers license renewal fee (fees may vary):
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Driver Information Section
P.O. Box 7983
Madison, WI 53707-7983
For more information: How to Apply for a Motorcycle License in Wisconsin
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