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- MV1 Title/License Plate Application
- DMV Temporary Plate Issuances
- MV1 Wisconsin Title & License Plate Application
MV1 Title/License Plate Application
The owner of a vehicle licensed with standard issue license plates has the option of retaining the vehicle license plates and using them on a replacement vehicle and paying a $65 license plate transfer fee. Retained license plates must be transferred to a vehicle requiring the same type of plate.
DMV Temporary Plate Issuances
The WI Division of Motor Vehicles will send this form to all secondary lienholders when you apply for a paper vehicle title. Not available online.
MV1 Wisconsin Title & License Plate Application
To save some time, you can complete a DMV title transfer partially online and by mail. This option is available for:
Whenever the owner of a vehicle transfers the vehicle, the registration expires and the plates must be removed from the vehicle.
Allows the Wisconsin DOT to release an original OR duplicate vehicle title to someone other than the car's registered owner.
Number plates issued to a passenger vehicle, truck, trailer, motorcycle, or quadricycle may be transferred only to a replacement passenger vehicle, truck, trailer, motorcycle, or quadricycle.
Personalized plates may be transferred for a fee, but only to a surviving spouse, from a joint ownership of a vehicle to a sole ownership, and from a sole ownership to a joint ownership.
Upon sale or transfer of a vehicle the plates shall remain with the owner and may be transferred to another like vehicle, upon approval by the Department.
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In Wisconsin, passenger vehicles and other vehicles driven on public roads must have license plates issued by the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).