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Wisconsin DMV

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To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions.

With the number of roundabouts being added to Green Bay area roadways we teach our students how to maneuver through both single and multi-lane roundabouts.

Student Information

When should I begin my driver education classes?
Student's should be about 15 1/2 or older. All driver education programs must be completed within a 13 month period or a refresher course must be taken.

When can a student expect to get their temporary license (temps) from the DMV?
A student must be at least 15 1/2 years to receive their temporary license (temps). Each student must take and pass the knowledge and sign tests, as well as a vision test in order to receive their temps. At AABC Driving School students will be given the knowledge and sign test in the classroom. After a student passes the "temps test", they will take their test results to the DMV where an eye test will be administered and their photo will be taken prior to receiving their temps.

When can a student schedule their first behind-the-wheel lesson?
Students must schedule their first behind-the-wheel lesson within 60 days of receiving a temporary drivers license. The first behind-the-wheel lesson can be scheduled any time after receiving the temporary license.

How often can a behind-the-wheel lesson be scheduled?
Students have six hours of required driving with an instructor, along with six hours of observation. We recommend that you schedule one behind the wheel lesson per month for six months, and the last behind-the-wheel about a week before the road test.

How long is each behind-the-wheel lesson?
Each driving lesson will run approximately two hours. One hour is spent driving and one hour is spent observing.

When can I schedule my road test?
Students must hold their permits for a minimum of six months. The road test can be scheduled 11 weeks prior to eligible test date. Use the provided link to the left to schedule your road test with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.