OPERATOR'S LICENSE. The department may issue a class D or M temporary
operator's license and attach it to a person's previous Wisconsin license when
the person presents the previous license and the department is unable to
immediately issue a renewal operator's license to the person for one of the
(a) The department,
pursuant to s.
Stats., requires testing or an examination prior to renewal including, but not
limited to, medical, eye, or mental examinations or evaluations of drug or
alcohol dependency and the testing cannot be completed prior to the expiration
of the existing license; or
department's license production system temporarily prevents production of an
TEMPORARY DRIVER RECEIPT. The department may issue a class D or M temporary
driver receipt and validate it for driving:
When a person is eligible for a temporary
driver receipt under s.
(b) When a person applying for renewal of a
license is unable to present the person's previous Wisconsin license and the
department is not able to immediately issue an operator's license for any of
the reasons stated in sub. (2) (a) or (b).
(c) If the person has previously held a
motorcycle instruction permit, that instruction permit is expired, and the
person seeks authorization to operate a motorcycle solely for the purpose of
completing a motorcycle driver exam.
(3) DURATION. A temporary operator's license
or driver receipt may be valid for not longer than 60 days from the date
issued, unless otherwise canceled, revoked or suspended. The date issued shall
be shown on the face of a temporary license or driver receipt.
Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 102.17
Cr. Register, December,
1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91; am. (1) (intro.) and (2) (intro.), Register,
November, 1994, No. 467, eff. 12-1-94; cr. (2) (c), Register, January, 1997,
No. 493, eff. 2-1-97.
Form MV3501, temporary operator's license, form MV3432,
receipt, form MV3392 data card instruction permit/receipt.