ATV and Snowmobile Registration Renewals in the Mail
MADISON – Owners of 117,000 all terrain vehicles (ATVs) and 95,000 snowmobiles whose Wisconsin registration will be expiring on June 30, 2008 will soon be receiving registration renewal coupons in the mail. The two year registration cycle begins April 1 of the year issued and ends on June 30 two years after. Customers who do not receive an expected renewal coupon may need to contact a Department of Natural Resources customer service specialist to update their address information.
“We would like to encourage our customers to renew their registration online,” said Penny Kanable of the DNR Bureau of Customer Service and Licensing. “ATV and snowmobile owners who use our safe, easy and convenient online renewal can also print a validation receipt that will allow them to operate their recreational vehicles while they wait for their new registration certificate and decals.”
The online renewal, which carries a $3 validation fee for each ATV and snowmobile registration, is found at the DNR Web site under Recreational Vehicle Registration, and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Customers can submit multiple registration requests under one payment; a $1 convenience fee applies. Customers may also update their address information using the online recreational vehicle Registration web page. Recreational vehicle registrations can also be renewed by mail or by visiting any DNR ATV and Snowmobile Application Validation Stations.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Penny Kanable, (608) 264-8985