WisDOT Allows Drivers To Bypass Road Test

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is offering new ways to get your driver's license without having to go to the DMV.

Starting Monday, eligible people with a WI driver's license can renew it online. Here's what makes you eligible:

  • Must be a U.S. citizen with a regular (Class D) driver license (Commercial Driver licenses do not qualify)
  • Must be 64 years of age or under
  • No new medical restrictions
  • Has not a had a negative change to their vision since the last renewal

Also starting on Monday - teens who have successfully competed their required training and have the endorsement of a parent / guardian can get their driver's license without completing a road test.

  • They must hold an Instruction Permit (aka a Learners Permit) violation free for at least six months prior to testing
  • They must have completed driver education classes
  • They have completed behind-the-wheel training with a licensed instructor
  • They have completed at least 30 hours of driving with their parent/sponsor and their sponsor signs the road test waiver.

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