Our sessions have been remote and have been successful. Students can begin driver’s ed at 14 years 9 months or older. Enroll now if your son or daughter meets the age requirement. Student will get Permit at age 15 1/2 years of age. All students will Permit/Temps test with me regardless of age and will not have to test again. We are taking enrollment for our Nov/Dec 2020 class session & Feb/Mar 2021 class session. PLEASE ENROLL NOW
Because of COVID, UPDATE WE will have remote instruction for this session…. We will come together Monday September 21st 3:15pm sharp at the Rec Center, come to my car and pick up your materials, course expectations, etc… Sign up now for this session!
How long will the road test waiver program be available?
The road test waiver program will run through calendar year 2020. Possibly all of 2021! This limited duration pilot will allow the DMV to measure any difference in outcomes between those receiving the waiver and those who take the road test. Those choosing the waiver may be informed that they may be subject to a road test even after licensure, if the DMV makes that determination.
While this program is different than what has been done for many years, the DMV has determined that this is an appropriate pilot program given all the required training, practice hours, and GDL restrictions. This pilot will not become permanent unless there is a law passed changing these requirements.
See WISDOT.gov for all info about waiving your road test!
WE WERE NOT ABLE TO GET INTO MARINETTE HIGH SCHOOL or any district school FOR OUR JUNE or JULY classroom SESSION 2020
Marinette High School made the difficult decision to keep the school closed till the end of JULY 2020 with limited access in August. Albright respects that decision and will adjust. The most important thing at this time is to keep everyone safe and stay well.
News at WisDOT
Information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
- DMV launches two pilot programs on May 11, 2020:
- Driver licenses can be renewed online
- Road tests may be waived for 16- and17-year-olds who complete the required training and have their parent or guardian sign the road test waiver
- Learn more as WisDOT Secretary-designee Craig Thompson and DMV Administrator Kristina Boardman discuss these innovative pilot programs in WisDOT’s “Transportation Connects Us” podcast.
- Road test can be waived online it looks like into 2021
- DMV Customer Service Centers look at their website for all info. Always check out WISDOT.gov for all updates from the Wisconsin Department of Transportaion.
Must take 30 hours of classroom instruction, pass the Temps test 80% or better and take in the car instruction,
In the car requirements; 6 hours driving and 6 hours observation in back seat
Must also log 30 hours of practice driving 10 of which must be at night
WISDOT.gov will give you all the details