✅ Updated August 2020
Ultimate guide to Registering your Vehicle in Wisconsin
Here's the ultimate guide to registering your vehicle in Wisconsin. We've simplified the entire process for you so you can save time.
What You’ll Need to Register your Vehicle in Wisconsin
- A Wisconsin title, signed by the seller(s), including:
- A Wisconsin Driver License or Identification card, last four digits of your social security number and date of birth.
- Payment Information
- A printer with 8.5 by 11 inch paper.
What You’ll Do to Register your Vehicle in Wisconsin
- Step 1: Review the eMV Public restrictions to confirm if this online service will work for your vehicle and get other titling options
- Step 2: After you pay and complete your transaction, you must mail the following items to receive your vehicle title, registration and/or license plates. The mailing address is on the eMV Public eApplication/Receipt – there is no need to visit a DMV Service Center or an agency/business that offers title and registration services:
- eMV Public receipt (see sample)
- Valid original title signed by the seller
- Other items, if applicable, such as
- a valid original lien release if the vehicle currently has a lien
- an MV2790 Trustee Statement for Certificate of Title if the seller is a trust
Caveats and Exceptions
- This application allows you to title and register a vehicle in your name. If you want to title a vehicle in your name but will not operate it on public roadways, you may title the vehicle by using the eMV Public - No Operation application.
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