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DMV renewal extensions ending

Drivers on the peninsula over sixty years old, who had their drivers’ license expire in or since March of 2020, now have to renew theirs within the next couple of weeks. Since March 12th of last year, there’s been a renewal period extension to protect those at higher risk of COVID19, but that ends on May 21st.

 

The Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles estimates that 20,000 drivers in the state over sixty have yet to renew licenses expired in the last year. Residents between ages sixty and sixty-four are eligible to renew theirs at wisconsindmv.gov, and that aged sixty-four and older are required to visit a DMV by May 21st to renew their license. 

 

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