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Getting your Drivers License in Wisconsin

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How to Get Your Drivers License

After you hold your Wisconsin drivers permit for 6 months, you will be eligible to apply for your probationary drivers license. But before you head down to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to take your driving test, you need to be fully prepared.


The requirements to get your Wisconsin drivers license include the following:


  • You must be at least 16 years of age. 

  • You must have passed an approved drivers education course

  • Must have an adult sponsor (parent, step-parent, etc.)

  • Supply a completed a drivers license application that includes your Social Security number

  • Bring proof of: U.S. legal citizenship/legal permanent resident status/conditional resident status/temporary visitor status, your name, date of birth, and identity

  • Must have stayed violation-free for the past 6 months

  • Need to have completed 30 hours of supervised driving practice (with 10 of these hours having occurring at night)

  • Must be enrolled in a school program/high school equivalency program and not be a habitual truant, or have graduated from high school/been granted a declaration of high school graduation equivalency, or be enrolled in a home-based private education program

  • Will be required to pass the driving skills test

  • Will need to pay the required licensing fees

Once you meet all the requirements above, you’ll be issued your probationary license. Restrictions on your license include:


  • You will not be permitted to drive between the hours of 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver over the age of 25.

  • The first 9 months you hold your probationary license, or until your 18th birthday, you are only allowed to drive with one unrelated person. Other passengers must be immediate family members or a driving instructor.

  • After 9 months or your 18th birthday, if you have driven violation-free, your probationary license will become an unrestricted driving license.