Class & Test Information

Class and Test Info

Upcoming Classes

Lakeshore Drivers Schools classroom syllabus is approved by and on file with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation. All classroom lesson plans are kept current or revised as directed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Each lesson plan is a two-hour session per day with fifteen lessons to complete the required 30-hour classroom program. Within the 30 hours of classroom, Lakeshore Driver's School combines lecture, videos, group dicussions, handout, quizzes, tests, homework, projects and possible field trips. Our lesson plans consist of the Introduction to Driving, Basic Car Control, the I.P.D.E. Process, Intersections, City and Country Driving, Adverse Conditions, Emergencies, Physical and Emotional Condition and Alcohol and Drugs.

Through the 30-hour classroom program our instructor comes to know each student on a personal basis. Some students will learn mental and physical skills at a faster pace than others and some students need more help with social skills as well. We are not just teaching physical and mental skills, but also about respect, responsibility and mature attitudes. Our instructors and all staff are always available to go the extra mile for each student.

RESERVATIONS CAN BE MADE BY CALLING (920) 894-2854. Classes are three nights a week with some exceptions.

Lakeshore Driver's School Classroom Schedule

Classes are held at Kiel High School, Raider Heights, Kiel WI 53042 

 Please call (920-894-2854) for classroom schedules and additional information! 

 

 

 

RESERVATIONS CAN BE MADE BY CALLING (920) 894-2854

Wisconsin Motorists' Handbook

The Wisconsin Motorists' Handbook gives you information on driving rules and practices to help you become a safe driver of a car or light truck (Class D license).

To provide the lowest possible file size, the front and back covers have been removed from the Wisconsin Motorists' Handbook PDF (6.1 MB - This file may require a lengthy download time).

Students with limited reading proficiency can e-mail  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and inquire about additional study materials.

Road Test Information

  • If you are new to Wisconsin, you need to go to your nearest Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Service Center to start the application process before you can make an appointment.  Acceptable documentation of legal presence, name and date of birth, identity and Wisconsin residency are required.
  • You must hold a valid instruction permit.

  • When you schedule an appointment through the online system, you will be prompted to enter the following items:

    • Social security number

    • Date of birth

    • A telephone number where you can be reached between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. (This is to notify you in the event we need to change your appointment)

  • You may only schedule an appointment up to 11 weeks in advance. Due to uncertain staffing, we cannot schedule appointments any further in advance.

  • Appointments fill up quickly. The system indicates "No appointments available" when all appointments are filled.  New appointments are added periodically throughout the week.

  • You can schedule, reschedule, cancel or verify a road test appointment through this online system.

  • If you cannot keep your appointment, you need to cancel at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. If you do not cancel your appointment with at least 24 hours notice or you do not show up for your appointment, a “fail" will be entered on your record. You will not be eligible to retest for at least 7 days, depending on appointment availability.

  • If you are under the age of 18, you must have held your Instruction Permit for at least six months, have no violations within the past six months, present a Driver Education Course Completion Certificate and have at least 30 hours of driving practice.