Alert: The following services will be unavailable on Saturday, January 5, 2013 from 12 a.m. (midnight) to 6 a.m. CST due to system maintenance.
CDL online services
- Upload your current FED Med card or view your tier of operation
- Public Abstract Request System (PARS) - A secure service that allows account holders to receive driver record abstracts quickly and easily online
- Download the Commercial Driver License (CDL) practice test mobile app.
- Commercial Driver License (CDL) - How to apply - Steps and requirements to obtain your CDL
- Commercial Driver License (CDL) - Overview - What is a commercial vehicle, Wisconsin law requirements and the driver license classes A, B, C, D and M
- Change or Select Your Tier of Operation (MV3230) - Federal and state regulations require all CDL license holders to certify their tier of operation
- Changes affecting CDLs in 2010
- Wisconsin Commercial Driver's Manual
- Disqualifications - CDL, hazmat and school bus disqualifications
- Endorsements - For specific types of operation like school bus, tankers, passenger vehicles, etc.
- Fed Med Card - Download a copy of the Federal Medical Card from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin
- Hazardous materials - Regulations and requirements to transport hazardous materials
- Mailing address - How to change your mailing address
- Medical requirements - For commercial drivers
- Military CDL waiver - How to use your military experience to obtain a CDL
- Motor carriers and trucking - One-stop trucker information
- Physical Examination Report (MV3030B) - Required proof of physical fitness for school and passenger bus drivers who do not hold a federal medical card
- Pre-trip and road tests - A list of third-party skills testers in Wisconsin
- Proof of legal U.S. status - Effective March 1, 2015, CDL drivers are required to provide proof of legal status
- School bus - Licensing requirements and the definition of a school bus or alternative vehicle
Questions? Contact us: Wisconsin DMV email service
Last modified: November 24, 2014
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