Operating Engineers Local 139 License Plate

Operating engineers license plate

Operating Engineer Local 139 license plate fee includes an issuance fee of $15. Personalized plates are available for an additional $15 every year. To apply for Operating Engineers Local 139 plates, the owner of the vehicle must be a union member, and have the application signed by the designated representative. Currently the designated representative is:

Steve Buffalo
IUOE Local 139
PO BOX 130
Pewaukee, WI 53072

If you have further questions about eligibility of this plate, please contact the IUOE Local 139 main office at:

Call: (262) 896-0139  Email: jpodjaski@iuoe139.org 

Vehicles that qualify

  • automobiles
  • motor homes (annual registration only)
  • motor trucks
    • 4,500, 6,000 or 8,000 pounds gross weight including dual purpose farm and dual purpose motor home
    • 12,000 pounds gross weight farm truck

When you request the Operating Engineers Local 139 plates, you pay:

  • $15 issuance fee or an annual $15 personalizes plate fee, if requested
  • The regular registration fee for your vehicle if your current plates expire within three months or you have no plates

For more information, visit personalized and special plates FAQs.

How to Apply

Local DMV customer service centers do not have Operating Engineers Local 139 license plates for immediate issue, but can process applications and the plates will be mailed. Temporary plates will be issued, if needed.

To apply for Operating Engineers Local 139 license plates by mail, please send the following items:

1. If the vehicle you wish to register with Operating Engineers Local 139 license plates are already titled in your  name, mail in: 

  • A completed MV2996 Operating Engineers Local 139 license plate application and have it signed by the designated representative.
  • A copy of your Certificate of Registration or show the complete vehicle description on the MV2996 
  • $15 issuance fee or $15 personalized plate fee
  • The annual registration fee if the current plates expire within the next three months or you have no plates

2. If the vehicle is not titled in your name, send:

  • A completed Wisconsin Title & License Plates Application MV1, or MV11 for dealer sales, including all fees
  • A completed MV2996 Operating Engineers Local 139 License Plates Information and Application, including the designated representative signature
  • The Certificate of Title assigned to you by the seller
  • $15 issuance fee or $15 personalized plate fee
  • The annual registration fee if the current plates expire within the next three months or you have no plates

3. Make the check or money order payable to: Registration Fee Trust

4. Mail with payment to:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Special Plates Unit
PO BOX 7911
Madison, WI 53707-7911

Personalized License Plates

Personalizing your Operating Engineers Local 139 license plates is optional. A $15 personalized plate fee is required each year in addition to regular annual registration fee. On the MV2996 Operating Engineers Local 139 License Plates Information and Application, check which option you would like us to follow if your request is not available. Please allow an additional 4-6 weeks for delivery.

Visit Personalized plate search to find out if your choice for a personalized license plate is available. WisDOT may refuse to issue, or may recall after issuance, a request that may be offensive to good taste or decency, misleading or conflicts with any other license plate. For more information, visit personalized and special plates FAQs.

Questions?
Email Wisconsin DMV email service
Phone (608) 266-3041