Wisconsin DMV appointment
DO you need to schedule aN appointment?
You will need to go to the Wisconsin DOT website in order to make an appointment. On the site, you will find a section for scheduling an appointment. There, you will select the type of license you need. After that, you will be able to choose a day and time that is available.
Please be sure to arrive at your appointment on time as they are very strict about it. You may reschedule or cancel your appointment if needed, but you must do so at least 24 hours in advance. Wisconsin DOT has many different types of licenses you can acquire such as: chauffeur, commercial, regular operator, motorcycle, moped and more. Depending on which license you need will depend on what test or tests you will have to take. When making your appointment, be clear about what license you need so that you schedule the correct type of appointment.
Lastly, be sure to bring all required documents with you when you go to your scheduled appointment or else it may be pushed back or canceled. Documents needed are usually listed on the same website page where you made your appointment or else they will be sent to you in an email confirmation after booking your appointment time slot. Overall, getting a license through the Wisconsin DMV is a pretty easy process as long as everything is done in a timely manner and all requirements are met!
Steps to request an appointment Online at Wisconsin drivers services
- Go to the Wisconsin drivers services website
The first step in requesting an appointment online is to go to the Wisconsin drivers services website. Once you are on the website, you will need to create an account. Creating an account is simple and only requires your name, email address, and a password.
- Click on the “Request an Appointment” link
Once you have created an account, you will be able to log in. Once you are logged in, you will see a link that says “Request an Appointment.” Click on this link to begin the process of requesting an appointment.
- Choose the type of appointment you would like
There are three different types of appointments that you can request: a road test appointment, a knowledge test appointment, or a behind-the-wheel driving lesson appointment. Choose the type of appointment that you would like to request.
- Select the date and time for your appointment
Once you have chosen the type of appointment, you will need to select the date and time for your appointment. You will be able to see what times are available for each type of appointment. Select the date and time that work best for you.
- Enter your contact information
The next step is to enter your contact information. This includes your name, address, phone number, and email address. This information is necessary so that we can contact you if there are any changes to your appointment or if we need to reschedule your appointment for any reason.
- Review your appointment information
Once you have entered all of your information, review your appointment information to make sure everything is correct. If everything looks good, click on the “Confirm Appointment” button.
- An email confirmation will be sent to you
After you have confirmed your appointment, an email confirmation will be sent to the email address that you provided when you made your account. This email confirmation will include all of the details of your upcoming appointment, including the date, time, location, and type of appointment. Please be sure to bring this email confirmation with you to your appointment as it will be required in order to check in for your appointment.
- Check-in for your appointment
When you arrive for your appointment, please check in at the front desk so that we can mark you as present for your appointment. You will need to show your email confirmation at this time so that we can verify that you have an upcoming appointment with us
Procedures that you will be able to manage at Wisconsin DMV
Here are some of the services you will be able to perform at DMV Wisconsin online appointments.
- Applying for a new license
- Renew or change driver’s license
- Suspended or revoked license
- Teen license
- Driver record or accident reports
- Schedule a test drive
Commercial CDL license
- Wisconsin CDL Requirements
- Apply for CDL license
- Medical requirements
- Motor carriers and truckers
- Modify or maintain your Wisconsin CDL
- Obtain titles and plates
- Sell or dispose of a vehicle
- Disabled parking
- Vehicle registration or history
- Renew registration or plates
Get your REAL ID at Wisconsin DMV
The Wisconsin DMV (DDS) is a great place to start when you’re looking to obtain your REAL ID. With the deadline approaching on May 3, 2023, it’s best to take care of your application now so you can avoid long wait times at the DMV in the future. Whether you need your first state-issued driver’s license, want to convert an out-of-state license to a Wisconsin license, or are needing to change your existing license due to some sort of name change—all of these services can be conveniently taken care of with a REAL ID. The Wisconsin DMV makes applying for a REAL ID easy and convenient, so start now and stop stressing about the deadline!
What to bring to my appointment at Wisconsin DMV
- A completed application form.
You can find the application form on the Wisconsin DMV website.
- Proof of identity.
Acceptable forms of identification include a valid driver’s license, passport, or birth certificate.
- Proof of residency.
Acceptable forms of proof of residency include a utility bill, lease agreement, or mortgage statement.
- Your current vehicle registration certificate.
If you are renewing your registration, you will need to bring your current registration certificate with you.
- Your insurance information.
You will need to provide your insurance company’s name, policy number, and expiration date.
- Payment for fees.
Fees can be paid by cash, check, or credit card.
- A completed emissions test form (if applicable).
If your vehicle is required to have an emissions test, you will need to bring a completed emissions test form with you to your appointment at the DMV. The form can be obtained from your local emission testing facility or on the Wisconsin DMV website.