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Scheduling and making appointments
In Wisconsin, it’s easy to make an appointment for a driving test. You can either schedule an appointment online, or by phone:
- In the Milwaukee area, call (414) 266-1028
- In the Madison area, call (608) 266-1442
- Elsewhere in Wisconsin, call (888) 368-9556 or (608) 264-7478
- If you are hearing impaired, call 711
Office locations near you
- DMV Service Centers, most often, deal with issues concerning titles, registration,licenses, commercial licenses, non-driver IDs, permits and more.
- Title/Registration Service Agents are authorized by the DMV to oversee issues concerning titles, registration and registration renewals.
- Temporary License Plate Agents are authorized by the DMV to issue temporary license plates to vehicle owners.
- Commercial Drivers License Agents are authorized by the DMV to carry out road tests for drivers holding commercial licenses.
- Vehicle Inspection Test Stations are available for vehicle inspections.
Keep in mind: Make sure you call before your arrival as the all agents have different operating hours.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Driver Licensing: (608) 266-2353
Title/Registration: (414) 266-1000 or (608) 261-2583
email@example.com – for issues concerning driver licensing.
firstname.lastname@example.org – for issues concerning titles, registrations and other vehicle services.
Note: For more contacts go to this link.
- Make sure you visit this web page and learn more on handling any vehicle-related issues.
- This guide http://www.dmv.com/wi/wisconsin/dmv-location-hours will help resolve above mentioned issues fast and easy.
For more detailed information on Wisconsin DMV follow the government site at http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/.