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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