Wisconsin Occupational Driver License
All Risk Insurance has been helping people with occupational licenses since 1977. We are so well-known in this field that we receive referrals from attorneys who specialize in OWI cases. We get you the best rate and know how the system works at the DMV. We make sure that when you take out your policy with us, we have given you everything you need from the insurance side of things for the DMV. This makes the process at the DMV as painless as possible. If you are interested in getting a quote for an SR-22, please call us at 414-476-9050 or fill out the quote form and we can get the information we need to get you the best rate we can.
What is an Occupational License?
An occupational license is a restricted driver license. Unlike a regular license, an occupational license limits when and where you can drive. You may only drive to and from work or church or other places indicated on the license and during specific times of the day. You may not use an occupational license for recreational purposes. Your total driving time is limited to 12 hours each day and no more than 60 hours for the entire week. If you operate outside those specific hours or for a purpose not permitted on the license, you may be arrested for operating after suspension or revocation. You are required to file an SR-22 in order to receive an occupational license.
More information as to what you need to take to the DMV is available at Wisconsin DOT online or by calling 608-266-2261.