Because our overhead is low, we can pass the savings of not maintaining a physical building on to you.
Taking the course with the driving school that will also do your in-car training can save you even more.
Some driving schools charge less if you take the traditional in person classroom training at the driving school's location.
The traditional in-person classroom training is the best way for students to learn the life skill of safe, defensive, responsible driving. The WPDSA and it's member schools highly recommend students take the in-person classroom whenever possible. The in-person instruction and interaction with other students is something that just can't be done with internet driver's education programs.
Give one of our member schools a call to find out what type of course is best for you. Just go to our services page to find a member school near you.
Wisconsin Online Driver's Education
June 01, 2016
Because you don't have to step foot in a classroom, our driver's education programs are available whenever you can work them into your busy schedule.
WI law requires the course to span over a period of 19 days with up to 2 hours of instructional time per day.
All of our online classes are developed by Wisconsin DOT licensed instructors from several driving schools founded and currently doing business in Wisconsin with a combined experience of over 150 years.
All of our programs are based on Wisconsin traffic laws and rules.