Posted by David Leibowitz on May 18th, 2009 in Uncategorized, Driver's Licenses and Bankruptcy in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has an online system to help you reinstate your driver’s license after suspension or revocation.
The requirements vary depending upon the reason for the revocation or suspension. Here’s a page where you’ll find most situations and responses outlined.
If your operating privilege was suspended under the safety responsibility or damage judgment laws after April 9, 2001 you will also need to file proof of insurance (SR22 form) with the Department. Contact an insurance company licensed to do business in Wisconsin for the insurance form. Motor carrier insurance may be furnished for commercial motor vehicle operation.
After the suspension period is over, you can confirm that your fee has been received and your Wisconsin driving privilege is valid by calling (608) 264-7133 or checking your status online. You will need your Social Security number and date of birth to access this information.
If you are not a Wisconsin resident or perhaps moving to Wisconsin from another state, this information applies to you:
If you are an out-of-state resident, you are required to pay the reinstatement fee. Make checks payable to Registration Fee Trust and mail to the address below. Be sure to include your full name, date of birth, Social Security Number, and your current address.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Driver Information Section
4802 Sheboygan Avenue, Room 301
P.O. Box 7983
Madison, WI 53707-7983
After the suspension or revocation period is over, you can confirm that your $60 has been received or your Wisconsin driving privilege is valid by checking your driver’s license statusor by calling (608) 264-7133 (for a recorded message, 24 hours a day). You will need your Social Security number and date of birth to access this information.
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