Wisconsin Boat Registration.
I can see that happening. I found out that stuff does not get removed all the time. Not a boat, but I had an ATV that I sold and it was still showing up in my registered vehicles on the site. I had to call the DNR and have them remove it, you can't do it yourself. I was told that's a good thing to do either way, not that someone gets hurt and they try to link it back to you yet even though you no longer own it.
So I get my notice in the mail to renew my boat registration, go to the Go Wild site and do the renewal. Tags come in a reasonable amount of the time and I think all is well. Today I go to put the new stickers on the boat and the registration numbers don't match. Call the DNR and find out I renewed a boat that was destroyed by five over 18 years ago. DNR said I could get a refund and I have resubmitted my registration for my current boat. In the meantime I need to carry around a 8 X 11 sheet of paper.
Lesson learned check to make sure you are renewing the correct vehicle.
Still waiting for my renewal stickers. Just saw on news last night that almost half of wardens still do not have the correct phone to check your license and will have to call it in if you use the Go Wild card or your driver's license.
Raise the flag, almost two months after I mailed in my boat renewal, my stickers have arrivied !!! Good thing it's my secondary craft, little 12 footer. Got two years left on my main fishing boat, maybe they will have it figured out by then. Was very poor timing for the start up of a new system, DNR is a master of that..........
I went in to the Sturtevant satellite on march 28th and registered/title transfer on 2 boats. Still nothing here yet, and nothing on the go wild site. So much for thinking I would make things happen faster by going in during the 3 hours of open for business they have. Haha
Well after an hour on the phone with the DNR, they may know Friday when I'm going to get my stickers for the boat. Fun part is, I leave for Canada on the 21st. So now I'm in the process of finding out what Ontario will accept to prove registration...