Frequently Asked Questions
In the State of Wisconsin, the student must be 15 years of age. The student will have to hold the temporary license for 12 months.
The student must be enrolled in driver's education and attend a class session, or complete 30 hours of classroom instruction. Their driving school must sign the MV3001 form. This form will be signed with a parent's consent once their account balance is paid in full. CW Driving School recommends that the form be signed after the 30 hours of curriculum is completed, as an incentive to finish the program promptly. MV3001 forms can only be issued after enrolling and making payment in full.
The student must hold their instruction permit for at least 6 months. The student must also complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and 50 hours of supervised driving. 10 hours must be completed at night time. 12 hours must be completed under the supervision of a licensed instructor.
You need to bring the student’s Social Security Card, a log indicating successful completion of 50 Behind the Wheel hours, and the student’s Instruction Permit. Your parent or guardian will need to enter their driver's license number. CW Driving School will enter the student’s information in the State of Wisconsin’s database on successful completion of the program and receipt of balances owed.
If a student is under 18, for the first nine months of holding the probationary license the student may drive but with the following restrictions: From 5 AM to midnight: a student may drive alone and travel anywhere. In addition, any number of immediate family members (including legal guardians) and the following people can be passengers: Two people, one of which must hold a valid, regular (non-probationary) license with at least 2 years driving experience, and one who is a person 21 or older or a qualified instructor or spouse 19 or older. From midnight to 5 AM and if driving between home, school, and/or work, a student may drive alone. In addition, a student can have the same passengers as listed in number one above. If driving anywhere else, students must have one of the following people in the vehicle: a parent or guardian; any number of immediate family members and one other person; one person who holds a valid regular (non-probationary) license with 2 years of licensed driving experience and one person who is a person 21 or older, a spouse 19 or older, or a qualified instructor 19 or older. Restrictions will be extended 6 months if the student does any of the following: is convicted of a moving traffic violation; violates any of the restrictions; has their license revoked or suspended for any reason. The terms of the passenger and time-of-day restriction stops while any operating privilege is suspended or revoked. It resumes again when the operating privilege is reinstated. If you have questions about the Wisconsin Graduated Driver License, check out the Wisconsin DOT website, e-mail the Wisconsin DMV, or call 608-266-2353.
CW Driving School encourages ALL students to take the Class D skills test. This driving school's goal is to teach every student to ACE the test. CW offers a $25.00 gift card for an ACE score, which is a 0 on the test.
CW Driving School is not responsible to contact students or parents to schedule Behind the Wheel training. The Application and Agreement is good for one year. This is plenty of time to complete the of 30 hours curriculum, 6 hours of driving, and 6 hours of observation with an instructor. CW Driving School reserves the right not to do a refund, of any amount, due to scheduling issues.