DMV is temporarily suspending road testing (Class D automobile) due to heightened concerns regarding the health and safety of customers and staff. CDL drivers should contact their examiner to confirm.
The following satellite operations are suspended through the duration of the Safer at Home order: Wittenberg, Fort Atkinson, Reedsburg, New Richmond, Abbotsford, Minocqua, Oconomowoc. Many DMV services can be completed online at wisconsindmv.gov
This online system will allow you to change your Wisconsin residence and/or mailing address for your Wisconsin driver license/ID and vehicle license plates/registration. If you would like a driver license or identification card that shows your new address, you will need to apply for a duplicate
driver license or
identification card online or visit a
DMV customer service center and
pay the required fee.
You will not be able to use this online system if:
- You hold a Commercial Driver License (CDL) or a Commercial Learner Permit (CLP) that has not expired. Customers who hold a valid CDL or CLP are required to obtain a new driver license with their current address on it. You may be eligible to apply for a duplicate online. The online duplicate system will allow you to change your address and request a new license in one step. If you are not eligible to apply online, please visit a DMV customer service center. You will need to show your Social Security card, Federal Medical card (if applicable) and pay the fee for a duplicate.
To use this online system, you must enter the following:
- Your Wisconsin driver license number or Wisconsin identification card number
- The last four digits of your social security number, and
- Your date of birth
If you do not wish to enter this information online, download Address Change Notice
MV3058. Complete and mail to the address listed on the form.
This service may not be available on Sundays from 6 a.m.–9 a.m. due to regular system maintenance.