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The State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WDOT) is the government agency responsible for driving records. The agency issues copies to individuals, employers, government agencies, and others in need of the information. However, the state strictly honors Driver Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) eligibility laws. Auto insurance companies use these reports when insuring motorists and setting insurance rates.
Wisconsin allows people to obtain copies through their online portal and through the mail using the downloadable form. Someone can also visit a Wisconsin DMV office to obtain certified copies. The state offers two types of records. One is non-certified and is an abstract that summarized driver data. The other is a complete, certified copy that has all the pertinent details.
The records do contain personal information such as driver name, address, social security number, date of birth, and driver's license number. They also include criminal driving offenses, traffic violations, moving violations, accidents, license status, CDL medical information, driver license points, license suspensions, cancellations, and revocations.
The state of Wisconsin allows someone to get a copy of their own record easily using the online portal. When ordering online, the requestor must pay with a credit card or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express), and they can then print a copy immediately. The system automatically emails the requestor their report.
Another way to get copies is through the mail using the downloadable form and sending it in with payment to:
Driver Records, WisDOT
PO Box 7995,
Madison, WI 53707-7995
The final way to get copies is by visiting any Wisconsin DMV office and ordering them in person. When doing so, the requestor can pay with cash, check, or money order.
The cost for using the online system is $5 for each record. When ordering a non-certified record in person or by mail, the fee is $7. The cost for a full history report (certified) is $12. When paying by credit card, the purchaser will also pay a "convenience fee."
Government agencies only pay $2 per record.
A resident who is 15 and 1/2 can apply for a learner's permit to begin learning to drive. To apply, someone must:
Someone under the age of 18 must complete driver education and 30 hours of supervised driving before applying for and getting their "Probationary License."
The requirements for a probationary license are:
Additionally, a probationary driver must agree to:
During the first nine months of using a probationary license, the driver must adhere to the following restrictions:
Some other driving laws from the WDOT include:
The state has a point system for driving offenses. The DOT explains it as:
The state will revoke someone's license for the following infractions:
The state offers only two types of reports. One is an abstract that is non-certified. The other is a certified full history copy.
This record summarizes the driver's record and all accidents, traffic violations, tickets, license status, license revocations, suspensions, and points. This report also includes personal information such as the driver's name, date of birth, social security number, and driver's license number.
This record is a full history of the driver's record, including all licenses and accidents, traffic violations, tickets, license status, license revocations, suspensions, and points. This report also includes personal information such as the driver's name, date of birth, social security number, and driver's license number.
In Wisconsin, criminal driving offenses are serious offenses that carry a punishment of huge fines, jail time, and the loss of a license. Some examples of these crimes include:
Commercial drivers may face even harsher penalties.
Civil driving offenses are minor infractions that usually end up with just a ticket. Some examples of these crimes are:
The state of Wisconsin keeps track of all driving data and car accidents to improve roadway safety and create programs that help the entire region. Some interesting statistics from their findings include:
Below are some frequently asked questions about state driving records.
Only someone with a valid, legal reason like an attorney, insurance company, government agency, law enforcement, or employer may get a copy of your driver record.
Yes. The state encourages individuals to use the online tool to get a copy of their own report.
When ordering a copy of your own record, you must have your full name, the last four digits of your social security number, and your date of birth. If you order by mail or in person, you may need a copy of your driver's license.
Yes. They have a strict points policy, and when you accumulate 12 points (within a 12-month period), your license is automatically suspended.
According to the WDOT:
A revoked license can be reinstated after:
Below are some helpful state driving record links.
Disclaimer: The materials presented here are for informational purposes only. The information is taken from state and local resources, and is current as of the most recent site update. Changes made by state and local departments and agencies after our latest update may render some information and fees outdated, and may cause links to break and forms to be unavailable. Infotracer strongly encourages you to visit the relevant state and local resources to ensure you have the most recent information.