All Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offices will be closed for business on Friday, Sept. 4 as DMV staff complete the second of eight unpaid days required for each of the next two years. Employee furloughs for all university and state employees are part of the 2009-11 state budget. All state offices will also be closed on Monday, Sept. 7 in observation of Labor Day.
DMV’s automated phone system will remain available so that motorists can still make road test appointments and have access to recorded information.
Titling and registration services are offered by many third-party partners such as some police stations, grocery stores and financial institutions around the state. A list can be found at www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/vehicles/plates/walkin.htm. Many other services are also available online.
All DMV offices will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
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