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STUDENT DRIVER
TEEN PROGRAMS
Wisconsin State law requires a person under the age of 18 years to complete at least 30 hours of classroom training, 6 hours of in-car training, and 6 hours of in-car observation time in order to qualify for a WI Driver's License.

Advanced Driver Training provides the required training to meet WI State Law.


First, we need to determine what type of program your teenager needs.

Classroom and
In-Car Training
In-Car Training Only
(Student completed classroom at a different school)
In person 30 hours of classroom, 6 hours of in-car
training, and 6 hours of in-car observation time.


I NEED THIS
6 hours on in-car training and 6 hours
of in-car observation time


I NEED THIS
Online Classroom and
In-Car Training
In-Car Refresher Lessons
Online 30 hours of classroom, 6 hours of in-car
training, and 6 hours of in-car observation time.


I NEED THIS
By the hour in-car refresher training.  
For those that have completed both the classroom and in-car training and just need one or more hours of in-car refresher lessons.


I NEED THIS
Summer 2017 Special:
(June, July, & Aug. Registrations)
Registrations Received between
06/01/17 and 08/31/17

Online Classroom & In-car:
$230.00




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