Wondering how to get your license? See the articles below, from new and commercial drivers to boaters and motorcyclists, find out how to receive your license. We cover the important steps for getting your license, outlining the process, fees, and forms. Also be sure to look into our driver education and driving school resources.
This page provides a list of on-site driving schools available in Wisconsin as well as information about available online driving school alternatives.
DMV.com offers Wisconsin specific DMV practice permit tests that help you prepare for your permit exam. We provide questions just like the wi DMV and a number of practice test options.
Download the WI driving manual free with driving rules and info needed for the DMV written test
Getting drivers licenses in Wisconsin is a privilege available only to eligible residents, if they want to legally operate motor vehicles on public roads in the state. New drivers license applicants must provide necessary documentation and pay applicable fees. Additionally, applicants have to pass a series of exams: vision test, written drivers test and a road test.
Resources for WI traffic schools that help you learn effective driving techniques to make you a safer driver.
Guide to applying for a WI motorcycle license. Required ID, age limits, drivers ed, fees, driving restrictions, etc
Article discussing drivers ed in WI. When driver education courses are mandatory, benefits and costs, who offers classes, etc.
Most new drivers in Wisconsin are required to successfully complete a State-approved driver’s education program in order to obtain a Wisconsin driver’s license. In fact, for many applicants, the driver’s education certificate of completion is part of the actual driver's license application.
All you need to know about applications for your WI boating license / card / endorsement.
Wisconsin requires a Boater Safety Course Certificate for boaters, and not a boating license approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The certificate is mandatory for all boat operators born after January 1, 1989; older boaters do not require the card.
First-time Wisconsin drivers license applicants who are 15-and-a-half years of age need to begin by applying for the first stage of the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program – the instruction permit for driving. To go through the DMV drivers license program, minors need to meet the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (DOT) requirements at every stage, which will vary for each driving credential.
A resource for wisconsin CDL drivers, with trucking schools, application information, and more.
A resource for beginner drivers looking to receive their WI drivers license and start driving. DMV exam information, licensing levels and more