You can register online by checking out our available classes and filling out a registration form, or call us at (920) 785-5939.
Your child needs to be at least 14.5 yrs. to sign up for the class, 15 yrs. to get their instruction permit, and 16 yrs. old to get their Wisconsin Probationary Driver License.
For students under 18 yrs. of age, the state of Wisconsin requires 30 hours of classroom time plus 6 hours of Behind-the-Wheel training and 6 hours of observation (in the car).
What does my son/daughter need to take with them, to the DMV, to get their instruction permit (temps)?
Your son/daughter will need to take:
- The MV3001 form, which is the Driver License (DL) Application
- A certified copy of their birth certificate -or- a valid U.S. passport
- A Social Security card -or- valid student photo ID card from their high school
If your son/daughter is under 18 yrs. of age, they must drive with the instruction permit for 6 months and be at least 16 years old before obtaining their Wisconsin Probationary Driver License.
They must be 15 yrs. old, have taken or are taking the classroom portion, and have their instruction permit. Then their Behind-the-Wheel Instruction can be scheduled. The first lesson must be scheduled within the first 60 days of your child receiving their instruction permit.
You must call the office phone number, (920) 785-5939, and let the instructor know that you will have to cancel and reschedule. This must be done at least 12 hours in advance or you will be charged a “no show” fee.
Once I complete my classroom and Behind the Wheel training, how do I receive my Course Completion Certificate?
Completion certificates are filed electronically through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation after completing the final Behind the Wheel lesson, and the student has completed all the other requirements of the state required course.
At the Wisconsin Department of Transportation it will cost you $35.00 for the Temporary Permit.
Yes, Classroom Instruction and Behind-the-Wheel Training will be canceled and rescheduled.
Can a student under the age of 18 receive a temporary permit without attending the driver’s education program?
Anyone under the age of 18 years of age must be enrolled and attending a Driver Education Program in order to receive a temporary permit.
On rare occasions a classroom session may be canceled due to low enrollment. A minimum of 8 students is required to hold a classroom session. If a class is canceled, you will be notified through email. Your enrollment can be rolled into a different class.
The following restrictions are in effect the first nine months and can be extended until you are 18:
- You can drive alone, but you are limited to only one passenger other than your immediate family or a qualified adult.
- No driving between midnight to 5 a.m., unless traveling between home and school or work.
- The restrictions above can be extended if you get a traffic ticket, your probationary license is suspended or revoked, or you are in violation of the above restrictions.
There is no minimum or maximum number of driving lessons for an adult. However, an estimation of how many drives might be needed will be determined after the first drive lesson.
Typically, if an adult has driving experience, it may take between 1 – 3 driving lessons. If an adult does not have driving experience, it may take between 6 – 12 driving lessons.
Time frames are based on the individual’s grasp of the Behind-the-Wheel concepts and fundamentals. We suggest at least six driving hours, those being the same required amount of hours of teenagers moving from permit to license, for adults with no or limited driving experience.