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Drivers Education

Drivers education classes are offered at Regis High School by Double Wing Driving LLC. Families are welcome to choose other drivers education providers.

Double Wing Driving LLC

Double Wing Driving LLC is taught by Mr. Bryant Brenner.

If you wish to enroll your son/daughter, please return the attached contract and payment.

(Please make checks payable to Double Wing Driving LLC)

Checks can be dropped off at Regis or mailed to:

Manager: Bryant Brenner
475 Oak Street
Mondovi, WI 54755

Helpful FAQs

How old do you have to be to enroll in driver’s education?
The classroom portion of driver’s education is valid for 13 months from the date the student completes the class. That means a student should be at least 14 years and 5 months of age to take the classroom portion of driver’s education.

What are the requirements for getting a Wisconsin driver’s permit?
If you are under the age of 18, you must be at least 15 years and 6 months of age.
Have an adult sponsor.
Have completed or be currently enrolled in an approved 30 hour driver education course.
Pass the permit test which can be taken with me at school.
Have their instructor signed permit slip when going to the DMV. The student will receive this from me when he/she passes the permit test (taken with me at the school), pays their fees, and reaches 15 years of age.
Have a behind-the-wheel training enrollment verification form from me.
The student must have a certified copy of their birth certificate from the county they were born and their SSN.
The cost for the permit at the DMV is $35.00.
The Wisconsin permit is valid for one year from the date it was issued. The permit can be renewed.

What are the restrictions for a student that holds a driver’s permit?
Your child may drive only when they are accompanied by a person with two years of driving experience who holds a valid regular license and who sits in the front passenger seat and is one of the following:
  • A qualified instructor 19 years or older (Up to three others may ride along if the car is equipped with dual controls)
  • A parent, guardian, or spouse 19 years or older (Your immediate family members may ride along in the back seat)
  • A person 21 or older (If you are under 18, the person must be designated in writing by your parent or guardian prior to accompanying you while driving a vehicle)

When do you start the behind-the-wheel portion of the program?
B-T-W training with an instructor starts once the student has the WI issued driver’s permit. Each student needs to schedule driving and observation times with the driving school. B-T-W training needs to be taught over a minimum of 21 days. At this time, the student should start to complete and log a minimum of 30 (10 of which must be at night) practice driving hours with a parent/guardian. You must start your B-T-W training with me within 60 days of getting your permit.

What are the requirements to receive a probationary license for drivers under the age of 18?
The student must hold a driver’s permit for at least 6 months without any traffic violations.
The student must be at least 16.
The student must have certification from the driving instructor that both classroom and behind-the-wheel requirements have been successfully completed.
The student must have logged and completed a minimum of 30 practice driving hours with a parent/guardian.
The student must have an adult sponsor.
The student must pass the DMV road skills test.
The cost at the DMV for a license and road test are $43.00.

What will it cost me from start to finish?
$340 for driver’s education ($100 for online classroom and $240 for B-T-W training)
$35 fee to the the permit at the DMV.
$43 fee to take the behind-the-wheel test at the DMV.
Total Cost = $418


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