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Traffic Law Codebook, Wisconsin 2019
  • AK0435E19
  • 978-1-57862-544-4

520+ pp.; 2019
Updated annually
8-1/2” x 11”; paperback

Drive straight to the traffic law you need

Under one cover, you’ll find the most important traffic statutes and regulations from the Wisconsin Statutes and the Wisconsin Administrative Code that cover:

  • OWI and other alcohol-related offenses
  • Habitual traffic offenders
  • Graduated driver licensing
  • Civil and criminal liability for vehicle owners and operators

In addition, you’ll find that the Wisconsin Traffic Law Codebook is packed with supplementary materials covering the demerit point system, fines, and other facts you’ll refer to often!

Summary of Contents

  • Selected Statutes (Chapters 13–125)
  • Wisconsin Vehicle Code (Chapters 340–349, 351)
  • Selected Statutes (Chapters 767–967)
  • Department of Transportation Administrative Rules (Chapters 100, 101, 102, 103, 107, 112, 113, 117, 119, 305, 311, and 313)
  • Supplementary Material

Annual editions keep you current

The 2019 edition is current through the 2017–18 Wisconsin Statutes, as affected by Wisconsin Acts through 2017 Wisconsin Act 370. The administrative code provisions are current through Wis. Admin. Reg. Dec. 2018, No. 756.

It includes the 2019 Revised Uniform State Traffic Deposit Schedule (“bond book”) and incorporates recent legislation on the governmental authority to impound vehicles for certain nonmoving violations.

The index for this codebook has also been updated to more closely model the official statutory index. 

Avoid detours

Get to the right statute or regulation when you need it. Order your copy today.

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