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Recovering your driving privileges

In Wisconsin, after you’ve been convicted of a drunk driving offense (OWI), driver’s license privileges will be revoked for some period of time. During the revocation period the driver will need to have an alcohol assessment, any followup treatment recommended by the assessor’s (called a driver’s safety plan), and possibly proof of the installation of an IID (ignition interlock device).

Sometimes the requirements to regain driving privileges can be confusing or lost. Fortunately, Wisconsin’s Department of Transportation has created an online portal to guide citizens. With the driver’s license number, the driver can find what outstanding obligations must be met to re-gain their driving privileges. We’ve included a link to that portal below:

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