News at WisDOT
Information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
- DMV launches two pilot programs on May 11, 2020:
- Driver licenses can be renewed online
- Road tests may be waived for 16- and17-year-olds who complete the required training and have their parent or guardian sign the road test waiver
- Learn more as WisDOT Secretary-designee Craig Thompson and DMV Administrator Kristina Boardman discuss these innovative pilot programs in WisDOT’s “Transportation Connects Us” podcast.
- Road test appointments can be made online beginning May 8, 2020. Testing begins May 26.
- DMV Customer Service Centers will have expanded hours from May 11 to May 22, Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- The 90-day extension for emission tests for vehicle license plate renewal will continue. Renew online, by mail or through a third-party agent.
This is great news for my students who have completed all their Behind the wheel instruction. For those of you who have not – news is not so good. I still can not get in the car to complete your behind the wheel hours with Albright. I have presented a few senerios to DOT to complete your hours and they said “no”. Now we patiently wait till we can be together safely in the car. I do not know when that will be.