Sign-on | User ID | Activate account | Logout | Adobe settings | Account recovery | Profile management
Authorized agents can access state Internet applications by using the Web Access Management System (WAMS) - the same means of identification for all state web applications.
If you already have a WAMS account, complete the
MV2700: eMV Fleet Application and proceed to step 4.
1: Sign-on process
Log on to the
State of Wisconsin self-registration site. Set up a user ID for each person who will need access. Please note that obtaining a user ID is a two-step process and you must complete BOTH steps within 4 days of requesting the account or you will need to begin the self-registration process over again.
2: Request a user ID and password
Submit your contact and account information. You will immediately receive a confirmation email containing a web link to the account activation page.
You must have an accessible, valid and unique email address to complete the self-registration process. You will need your user ID and password to complete step 3.
Self-registration allows you to create your personal Wisconsin Login account. This allows the user to conduct secure business transactions with the State of Wisconsin over the internet. The account belongs to you and, therefore, requires your personal information.
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Your user profile will never collect or contain information about your driving history, tax information, unemployment compensation or vehicle registration(s).
3: Activate your account
- Click on the web link in your confirmation email, which will take you to the Account Activation Page.
- Log on using your new Wisconsin User ID and password to activate your account. (You will need to check the email you listed in the original sign on process to activate your account.)
Step 4: Complete access form
MV2700: eMV Fleet Application. Note that at least one person must be granted "Process" and "Maintain ACH" roles. The "Process" role allows a person to complete transactions and the "Maintain ACH" role allows a person to maintain the company's electronic fund transfer (EFT) information.
Email the completed form to DOTEMVFLEET@DOT.WI.GOV You will receive a confirmation email within seven days informing you that your company is ready to process Wisconsin vehicle fleet renewals. This confirmation will include the Internet address to access the eMV Fleet application.
Enter your electronic fund transfer information:
- Log onto the eMV Fleet application
- Select "Bank Account Information" from the main menu
- Select "Add" on Bank Account
- Enter bank name, routing number and account number
- Select "Add Bank Account"
For more detailed information about adding account information, see
Section 5 of the eMV Fleet User Manual.
Step 5: Adobe Reader settings
You will need the Adobe Reader to view and print eMV Fleet reports and certificates of registration. For information about getting a free copy of Adobe Reader, visit the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's
software information webpage.
Check your Adobe Reader settings before processing applications. This allows you to process consecutive applications without logging back into the application.
- If you have Windows, click on
Start and select
Programs. If not, go into your computer's list of programs.
- Click on
- Click on
- Click on
- Depending on which version of Adobe Reader you have, select either
Internet from the list on the left side of the window.
Unclick the first box - display PDF in browser.
- Click on
Exit Adobe Reader.
Forgot your Wisconsin User ID or password? Account recovery is used to restore access to your account if you cannot remember your password or your Wisconsin User ID. You must know the answer to your secret question and you must have access to the email address on your account. A link provided in the email is used to recover your account information. It could be the next day before you receive the email with the account information.
Profile management allows you to change your account information, email address, password or other information.