Drive Right Driving School
6040 39th Ave Ste 6, Kenosha, WI 53142

​​1. Complete driver education. (indent text below by 3 spaces)

  1. Complete 30 hours of classroom
  2. Complete 6 hours of driving and 6 hours observing. Each lesson is 2 hours long, they drive 1 hour and then observe another student drive the second hour.

2. Have their Learners Permit for 6 months OR MORE. (indent text below by 3 spaces)

  • During the six months or more they must accumulate at least 30 hours of driving experience (10 hours must be at night). This they do with their parents. When they drive with their parents their immediate family members can be in the car, NO ONE else. (They will get 11 hours of BTW credit with the Driving School, leaving 19 more with parents)

​3. Pass the road test: They will present their State Certificate of Completion from Drive Right. They will receive their completion certificate AFTER their LAST BTW.
4. Have their parent or legal guardian sign stating that they are in school and have completed at least 30 hours of driving 10 of which was at night.

Easy 3 step process to take a young driver from no license to a full privilege Regular license.

What You Take To The DMV When You Go To Get Your Instruction Permit  

  1. Temps application (MV3001) green form signed AND dated by a Drive Right instructor. - This will be signed after students turn 15 and one half.
  2. Birth Certificate or Passport or official Wisconsin State ID
  3. Social Security Card
  4. Parent
  5. $35


60 DAY Rule - First Behind The Wheel Lesson 

  • According to state law students must have their first behind the wheel lesson within 60 days of us signing their application for the temps. If they go over 60 days the Wisconsin DMV will consider them dropped from our program and will cancel their instruction permit.
Contact us today to reserve your spot in one of our upcoming classes for they fill up. ​
  1. Be enrolled in driver's education.
  2. They must be 15 and one half (can begin class earlier, but must be 15 years 6 Months before they are eligible to obtain Learners Permit.
  3. They must pass the written test. We offer the written test at our school. Students are also welcome to take the test at the DMV instead. You will have to go to the DMV in either case as they issue the permit.  
  4. They must present documents at MVD when obtaining Learners Permit; (indent the next 4 lines A, B, C, D by 3 spaces)

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  1. MV3001 Green form Signed and Dated, with a date that is less than 60 days old, by their driving school. This certifies that they will begin behind the wheel lessons within 60 days.
  2. A government issued original birth certificate or Passport, or Wisconsin State ID.
  3. Social Security Card - if you don't have the card bring the number and another form of ID such as the student's school ID.
  4. The student's parent or legal guardian must sign their green form at the DMV with the student. ​

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Step 3: Behind The Wheel Lessons

Step 1: Instruction Permit (Learners Permit)  

– Permit Info –

Class Schedule

Our new schedule is out for the Winter/Spring season. We have a wide range of dates available. ​

262-564-5736


  • Soon after the student obtains their instruction permit they will begin the behind the wheel lessons. There are six lessons two hours long each. They drive one hour and observe another student the second hour.​
  • Most students do their lessons about 3 or 4 weeks apart. However, it is up to students to schedule their appointments. Students need to make sure that they complete their BTW's in time for them to get their license.
  • You will get more info about BTW's while students are in class.  

Step 2: Probationary License (where they may drive alone)