Wisconsin Drivers Ed

State-Approved Courses for New & Current WI Drivers

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  • 30-Hour Teen Course

  • Failure to Yield

  • Permit Test Prep

Wisconsin Drivers Ed Courses

Pass Drivers Ed offers a variety of completely online driver education courses for Wisconsin teens and adults. All of our courses are state-approved and are guaranteed to give you the confidence you need to stay safe on the road.

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To get your learner’s permit, you must provide the following documentation to the DMV:

  • Proof of U.S. citizenship, legal permanent resident status, conditional resident status, or temporary visitor status.
  • Proof of name and date of birth​.
  • Proof of identity​.​
  • Proof of Wisconsin residency if you are 18 years of age or older.
  • Your Social Security number (you can fulfill your proof of identity requirement by presenting your Social Security card).
  • A completed Wisconsin Driver License Application MV3001

You must also complete the following requirements:

  • Pass the knowledge, sign, and vision tests.
  • Pay any driver licensing fees.

Additionally, if you are under the age of 18 you must…

  • Be at least 15 years old
  • Be enrolled in a certified driver education program. The school you are enrolled in must sign your MV3001 form, and your first behind-the-wheel lesson must occur no less than 60 days from the date your MV3001 form is signed.
  • You must have a signature of a guardian
  • You must be enrolled in high school or a high school equivalency program, be enrolled in a home-based education program, or have your diploma/GED and not be a habitual truant.

After you’ve completed your classroom, we will provide you with your transfer certificate, which you will bring to a state-certified behind-the-wheel driving school of your choice. From there, your driving school will issue you a signed MV3001, which you’ll take to the DMV to take your written test and get your learner’s permit. Then you can schedule your first driving lesson and start practicing!

To get your drivers license, you’ll need to bring the following documentation to the DMV:

  • Proof of name and date of birth
  • Proof of identity
  • Proof of citizenship or legal status in the U.S.
  • Proof of Wisconsin residency
  • Your Social Security Number
  • Proof of name change (if applicable)

You must then pass a driving exam with the DMV.

If you are under the age of 18, you must also complete the following requirements:

  • 6 hours of behind the wheel driving with a licensed driving instructor
  • 6 hours of driving observation with a licensed driving instructor
  • 50 hours of practice with a guardian or approved parent sponsor
  • Submit a parent waiver (if applicable)

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