How to Request Your Wisconsin Driving Records

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Wisconsin Driving Records are public record. This means that anyone can access the driving history of any driver in the state. The records contain information about traffic violations, accidents, and DUI convictions. In order to protect your privacy, it is important to understand how to obtain and interpret your driving record.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) provides a free online service that allows drivers to view their own driving history. You can also request a copy of your driving record by mail or in person. There is a fee for obtaining a copy of your driving record. The information included on your Wisconsin Driving Record may be used when applying for jobs, auto insurance, or credit.

It is important to review the information and make sure it is accurate and up-to-date. If you find an error on your driving record, you can contact DOT to have it corrected. Knowing what is on your Wisconsin Driving Record can help you keep track of your driving history and ensure accuracy when required.

Request Your Wisconsin Driving Records

Download and complete the Vehicle/Driver Record Information Request form MV2896

Include $7 for non-certified record or $12 for certified record. Do not send cash.

Make check or money order payable to: Registration Fee Trust

Send to: Driver Records


​​​P.O. Box 7995

Madison, WI 53707-7995​​

If you’re looking for a comprehensive driving record check, the Wisconsin DMV is a great option. You can order your driving record online, by mail, or in person at a DMV office. Be sure to have your driver’s license number handy when you order. Thanks for reading!