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Earning a Wisconsin drivers license is simple and convenient. Our all-online course, DriversEd.com will help you ace the DMV signs and rules test, and Safety and Respect Driving School will get you ready for a lifetime of safe driving.
Just create an account (it takes less than a minute), and you're all set to start our approved Wisconsin drivers ed course. You're on the road to completing your Wisconsin drivers education.
Log in and out whenever you want; from any Internet-connected computer. When you log back in, we'll take you to the exact place you left off. Compare that to spending your weekends in a classroom! By state law, you can complete as much as two hours per day of the course, so you'll be done in no time!
To make sure you're prepared to take your signs and rules test at the DMV, the course includes final exam, but don't worry — you can take it as many times as you need and review the course material as much as you want. Once you pass the test, we'll report your course completion to the DMV. The DMV will email you a certificate of completion which you can take to any drivers training school.
Want a Wisconsin drivers license? First, you'll need your instruction permit. (You probably knew that already.) Here's how to get your instruction permit if you're under 18:
Everybody, regardless of age, has to meet the following requirements:
Do all that (it's really not so bad) and you'll get your permit! While you have your permit, you'll have the following restrictions:
If you're under 18, you'll need to hold your permit for at least six months before you can get your probationary license. You can apply for a probationary license if you drive six months without receiving a ticket.
Every time you drive, you must always be accompanied by a person who has at least two years of licensed experience and a current valid regular license. That person must be in the passenger seat next to the driver with an instruction permit.
That person must be one of the following:
Once you're 16, you can add a second passenger, besides the accompanying person, but this passenger must be more than 25, must have at least two years of driving experience, and must sit somewhere other than the front seat.
If driving at night, you must be accompanied by a licensed instructor or a licensed person over 25 and with at least two years of experience. If you have a permit and are under 18, you must gain at least 30 hours of driving experience, with at least 10 hours coming at night. This should be documented on a driving log.
Your permit is valid for a year before it expires. You can renew it if you're not yet eligible for your probationary license. Once you have your probationary license, it's valid for two years following your next birthday.
After all that, you'll be eligible for a regular Wisconsin drivers license! You'll need to:
If you're over 18, you have to hold your permit for at least seven days before you can get your probationary license
Absolutely! Our course is optimized for use on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and even smartphones. Log in and out on any device: we'll save your course progress so you can start where you left off, no matter how many times you switch devices.
Anyone who wants to earn an instruction permit under the age of 18 must take a certified driver education program (like ours!).
Yes, our course is fully certified by the state.
Drivers Education is a class that teaches you the rules of the road, including vehicle safety, so you're ready to pass your written permit test. Our Wisconsin drivers education course is DMV-approved so new drivers can complete their class completely online.
Drivers Training is in-car driving lessons with a licensed driving instructor who will help you build skills that you'll need to pass your Wisconsin road test and become a safe, confident driver.
By law, this course must be at least 30 hours long, and you can complete up to two hours of it per day. You can go at your own pace, though, and make sure you're really mastering the material.
After payment, your free practice permit tests will become accessible from your online DriversEd.com account.
No, we'll report your course completion to the state for you, absolutely free.
Yes, you'll need to complete a minimum of six hours of in-car driving lessons. You can pick any driving school you wish.
Our course covers your online Wisconsin drivers education course, free practice tests to help you prepare for your written permit test, and a completion confirmation to the DMV. You'll receive an email with a certificate of completion from the DMV.
Once you complete the course, you also get unlimited access to the course material—that means you can review the course for as long as you need!
Once you create an account, you can pay online using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Google Pay. Please note that prepaid debit/gift cards issued by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Chime, CashApp, etc. cannot be used to make a payment.
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It is important to us that you are satisfied with your purchase. If you change your mind about the course, we'll refund the full cost of the course purchased on our website within thirty (30) days of purchase. Refunds will only be issued if the course has not been completed. We will issue your refund within thirty (30) days of your request