When a vehicle is branded salvage due to flood damage, hail damage, motor vehicle crash, etc., in the State of Wisconsin, the owner is required to have the vehicle inspected by a certified law enforcement inspector to be registered in the state.
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Resources for Vehicle Drivers/Owners in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is located in the North West Central United States, Midwest, and Great Lakes regions. The state is bordered by Lake Superior and Michigan to the north, Lake Michigan to the east, by Illinois to the south, and Iowa and Minnesota to the west. Wisconsin is the 23rd largest state and the 20th most populous, with Madison as its capital. The largest cities in Wisconsin are Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, and Appleton.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is responsible for planning, building, and maintaining the state's highways. Eight Interstate Highways are located in the state. In 2017, Wisconsin was ranked 49 out of 50 in road quality, and 41 out of 50 for overall transportation by the U.S. News and World Report. Bridge quality, public transit, commute time, and road quality was also included.
Number of vehicles registered as of 2018 : 2,087,518.
The recent Annual Report of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation stated there were 129,051 reported accidents in 2016 alone.
In 2016 the theft rate of motor vehicles in Wisconsin was 172.3 thefts for 100,000 people. Approximately there were 27.2 motor vehicles stolen per day.
Wisconsin is very liable to tornadoes which could occur at any time of the year. There were 1,306 tornadoes between 1950 and 2014.
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