Wisconsin Driving Records Request Information
Maintaining the driving records of all Wisconsin residents with a driver’s license is the responsibility of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. The driving history that is part of the driving record maintained by Wisconsin DOT includes:
- Demerit Points
- Suspensions or revocations
- DWI records
- Traffic violations
- Habitual offender information
- The date and place of your driver’s license issuance
- Traffic citations
People other than you who can request your Wisconsin driving record include:
- Government agencies
- Potential employers
- Auto insurance companies
- Law enforcement agencies
You can make Wisconsin Driving Records Request for three different types of driving records including:
Certified driving record:
You can request this type of driving record either by mail or in person. Certified diving record is used by courts and government agencies.
Non-certified driving record:
It is the same as certified driving record. However, unlike certified driving record, non-certified driving record doesn’t contain a certified record of your driving history.
Online driving record abstract:
This type of driving record is only available online and is meant for personal use.
You can make Wisconsin Driving Records Request in three different ways—online, in person, and by mail. Another way to obtain your Wisconsin driving record is online through public databases.
To make an in person request for your Wisconsin driving records, you’ll need to:
- Visit a local Wisconsin DMV office
- Fill out and submit Vehicle/Driver Record Information Request form
- Pay $7 non-certified driving record fee or $ 12 certified driving record fee
To request your Wisconsin driving record by mail, you’ll need to:
- Fill out and mail Vehicle/Driver Record Information Request form to: Department of Transportation
O. Box 7995
Madison, WI 53707
- Pay through check or pay order $7 non-certified driving record fee or $ 12 certified driving record fee
To make an online request for Wisconsin driving record, you’ll need to:
- Visit the Wisconsin DOT website
- Provide your name, DOB, driver’s license number and social security number
- Pay through credit card $7 non-certified driving record fee, $ 12 certified driving record fee or $5 for online driving record abstract
You can find out more about your Wisconsin driving record by calling at (608) 266-2353.