Teen Driver Education
The nationally accepted New Drivers Manual, published by the Wisconsin Professional Driving School Association, is the foundation of our teenage Driver Education course.
To help each young person to become a safe and skillful lifetime driver, we include in our program:
- Signs, Signals and Roadway Markings
- Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles laws and procedures
- You as a driver in the Highway Transportation System
- Effective Seeing Habits on the Road
- Understanding Vehicle Controls
- Driving in City and Country Environments
- Dealing with Other Roadway Users
- Coping with Driving Emergencies
- Alcohol, Drugs and Other Risk Factors
- Responsibilities of Vehicle Ownership
- Defensive Driving Strategies
- Much More!
We offer the Online Classroom program as well as Traditional Classroom programs. For the Online Classroom program, either call the office during business hours or click here to sign up online.
At least one of our Traditional Classroom programs begins in each month of the year. During the school year, our most common course is two-hour sessions two evenings a week. Summer courses are five sessions per week. The total number of classroom hours is thirty.
Power Points, videos, handouts and written testing are used extensively in our program to appeal to more senses and to prepare students for success in temps testing.
For those with a valid Instruction Permit (Temps), we tailor Behind-the-Wheel lessons in our late-model instruction cars to suit the needs and schedules of our students. The standard program is six hours of driving practice and six hours of on-the-road observation. We pick up and drop off as needed in the city of Fond du Lac and at agreed sites in outlying areas.
For a fee, we offer a Road Test Lesson on the day of a student’s state road test: our instructor will pick up the student, help prepare for the Road Test as the student drives to the DMV, and accompany the student to drop-off after the test and licensing are finished.