frequently asked questions

How do I enroll in your driver education program?
If you are at least 15 years old, you can simply call our office during normal office hours, or you can enroll online.
To enroll online, simply view our class schedules and find the class that you wish to enroll in. Then click the Enroll Button and follow the prompts. It's that easy.

Simply phone our office (414-447-0202) during normal office hours to schedule an appointment, or "Tap or Click Here" for more info..
How old do I have to be to get my Temporary Instruction Permit or a Drivers License?
You must be at least 15 and a half years old to get your TIP and at least 16 years old to get your drivers License.
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, that's the actual application the driving school. In addition to that your son/daughter will also need to take a certified copy of their birth certificate or a valid US passport. In addition to that your son/daughter will also need to take their Social Security card or valid photo student ID card from their High School.
How long does my son or daughter have to drive with their instruction permit?
No matter how old your child is (under 18) when they get their instruction permit, they must drive with that instruction permit for 6 months.
When can my son or daughter start their behind the wheel lessons?
They must be 15 and 1/2 years old, AND have taken or are taking the classroom portion , AND have their instruction permit. Then they can schedule their behind the wheel lessons. The first lesson must be scheduled within the first 60 days of your child receiving their instruction permit.
How do I cancel a behind the wheel I scheduled?
All you have to do is call our main office where you are taking the behind the wheel lessons and let them know you have to cancel and reschedule. This must be done at least 24 hours in advance or you will be charged a "no show" fee.

Your son or daughter has been given all the instruction on scheduling their behind the wheel lessons. We believe that driving a car is a huge responsibility, so start by having your son or daughter schedule their own lessons.
How many behind the wheel lessons should my son or daughter schedule a month?
Your son or daughter should will take on a average a lesson every 7 to 14 days. This allows the student to practice what they were taught with a parent. If you schedule a lesson every 7 to 14 days you will completed in about 3 months. A student must complete all six lessons prior to taking their road test. Remember, they must have their instruction permit for 6 months.
Do you offer the Behind the Wheel only state required course for teens that have completed the Classroom portion at a different location?
Your son or daughter can complete the state requirements with our drivers education program. The requirements of 6 hours of Behind the Wheel Training and 6 Hours of observation, can be completed once a student provides a completion certificate showing that the entire classroom has been completed. Once that is provided to our school, you can receive the form so that the student can take their permit test at the DMV, our they can come to our main office and take the test and than go down to the DMV to receive the temporary permit once passing the test. (A 50.00 Deposit is required to receive and take the Permit test).
Once I complete my classroom and Behind the Wheel training, how do I receive my Course Completion Certificate?
All completion certificates are filed electronically through the Department of Transportation in about 7 to 10 business days of completing the final behind the wheel, and the student has completed all the other requirements of the state required course.
How much does it cost for your temporary permit at the DMV?
At the Department of Transportation it will cost you $35.00 for the Temporary Permit.
Can a student under the age of 18 receive a temporary permit without attending the driver’s education program?
Unfortunately anyone under the age of 18 years of age must be enrolled and attending a Driver’s Education Program in order to receive a temporary permit.