Wisconsin uses the unusual term “OWI” for drunk driving – Operating While Intoxicated – instead of the more common DUI or DWI.
Wisconsin is an excellent state for the Fair DUI flyer. You are not required to hand over your license. You only have to show it to police, which you can do through a closed window. So don’t open the window.
You don’t have to sign tickets either. So again, you don’t have to roll down your window. As always if the officer gives you a clear order, it is safer to comply. But you should be recording because such an order is likely illegal and that will help you later.
Another good thing – the last time we checked Wisconsin does not allow sobriety checkpoints.
Of course we recommend discussing the flyer with a local lawyer before using it.
Here is our flyer in pdf format: