If you are moving to a new address, you have plenty of things to keep you busy before, during, an even after you move. Updating your license information with Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles is required within 10 days of an address change. The type of driver's license you have will determine which options are available to you for requesting and processing the change.
The Department of Transportation through the DMV, provides several different options for those needing to change their driver license address information. The most convenient way to complete this is online. You will need the following information:
Driver's license or ID number
Date of birth of license/ID holder
Last 4 digits of social security number
Residents of Wisconsin who hold a Commercial Drivers License (CDL) are not able to use the online option provided by the state. CDL holders are required to visit a DMV service center. Holders of residential licenses can also choose to go in person to their local DMV.
In addition to being able to update your address information online or in person, holders of a residential or passenger license or state ID card are able to do so by mail, phone, or email. Update your address information by calling (608) 266-2353 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to do so by mail, simply print this form and mail to:
Division of Motor Vehicles
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
PO Box 7983
Madison, WI 53707
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