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DMV five-day customer service centers extend hours

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — After Labor Day if you’re planning to visit one of DMV’s five-day customer service centers, you’ll have a little bit more time in the week to do it – almost two hours more, in fact.

“Rather than having different hours on various days of the week, all 29 of DMV’s five-day centers will now have uniform hours and will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday,” notes Bureau of Field Services Director Donna Brown-Martin.

This schedule includes 41.25 open service hours per week, per location – an increase of 1 hour and 45 minutes per week.

DMV would like to remind customers that driver license and ID products are good for eight years, minimizing the need to travel to a customer service location.

Additionally, many services including vehicle registration renewal and some title services can be found online at the official Wisconsin DMV web site:

Lastly, notes Brown-Martin, “remember to always look for .gov in the web address. Private, for-profit sites will not contain .gov. These sites carry our information and forms but will charge for them. Forms are always free from DMV, so go to”

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