Course for any person who receives a citation and is convicted for failure to yield under Wisconsin statute 346.18
How it works
When you complete our Wisconsin DOT approved course, on the same day we report your info. to the WI DOT.
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How it Works – Wisconsin Failure to Yield Course
Right of Way Course How it Works
Approved by Wisconsin State DMV (#457)
If you’ve been convicted of a Failure To Yield violation, the state of Wisconsin offers drivers the opportunity to fulfill your Failure To Yield traffic school by taking our online traffic school. Here are the steps you’ll need to take:
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How to Meet a Wisconsin Failure to Yield DMV Requirement
Receive notice from the DMV requiring you to take a Failure To Yield / Right Of Way course. If you’ve been convicted of a Failure To Yield traffic violation, the Wisconsin DMV will send you a notice requiring you to complete an approved Failure To Yield / Right Of Way course. You’ll have a deadline to complete the course; the notice will also include a link to course registrations. You can sign up for Safe Skills Driving School online Failure To Yield course from there, or you can do so at this website.
Enroll in and complete the Safe Skills Failure To Yield – Right of Way traffic school course. Our course is self-paced and only two hours long, but you should be sure to give yourself enough time to finish it before your court-mandated deadline.
Safe Skills Driving School will submit your certificate of completion. Safe Skills will electronically send the DMV your certificate of completion once you finish your course. We’ll also be able to provide you with a proof of completion form for your own records, in case you ever need it.
Check your driving record to make sure you’ve received credit.
It’s a good idea to follow up with the DMV to be sure that you’ve received credit for the Failure To Yield course. If it’s not on your record, the violation will be still be flagged as outstanding – and that may lead to additional fines and higher insurance rates.