New DMV restrictions not affecting farms

Farms in Door and Kewaunee counties won't be impacted by new visitor restrictions for the Division of Motor Vehicles Service Centers.  In-person services at those locations are being canceled until further notice.  The only exceptions are for voters who lack the proper identification to cast ballots, those who want a legal Wisconsin identification card and people who want to obtain a commercial driver's license.  Appointments have to be made for those services.  Kristina Boardman, the DMV Administrator, says the agency recognizes the importance of ensuring that local farmers continue to have the ability to obtain CDL's.



Residents who need to get a duplicate operator's license,  title a vehicle or change their addresses can still do so online at 

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