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Q:  When can my child enroll in driver education?
A:  15yrs-3 months is best time for a student to start a driver’s education class but a student can enroll any time around the age of 15. A completed class will prepare the student for the written skills test taken at the Department of Motor Vehicles. We encourage early enrollment so students are aware of the rules of the road and understand the skills they need before they go out on the road.

Q:  How long does a driver education class last?
A:  Classes will span a 30 hour classroom time. This will be in lecture format as well as training videos, study guides and computer simulation time. New classes are offered about every month and span over 2 to 3 month period.

Q:  When does the Behind-the-Wheel driving start?
A:  Behind-the-Wheel training will start within 60 days of the student getting a learners permit. MJM Hill Driving School has two licensed instructor who will be available 6 days a week during daytime hours for driving. Sunday is a day we reserve for our families so there will be no driving hours scheduled on Sunday.

Q:  When is my child eligible to get a learners permit?
A:  The student must pass both the signs test and the general knowledge test and be 15½ years old to be eligible for a learners permit. Additionally he/she must be enrolled in or have completed the classroom education portion at a certified driver education school.

Q:  How long is the learners permit valid?
A:  A learner’s permit is valid from one year from the issue date. If the learners permit expires, the student will need to get a signature from the licensed instructor whom they took driver education with to renew it.

Q:  How many times can my child take the learners permit test?
A:  A student is eligible to take the learners permit tests 5 times in a one year period starting from the date of the first test. A 24 hour waiting period to re-take the permit tests is necessary if a student is unsuccessful. However, if a student passes the signs test but not the general knowledge test, they do not have to re-take the sign test again.

Q:  Where does my child take the learners permit test?
A:  MJM Hill Driving School is a certified driving education school that offers the permit test for their students only. The permit test is offered on an appointment basis and is usually given 1 hour before a classroom lecture starts or right after a classroom lecture is done. There is NO FEE for the learner permit test. The learner’s permit test can also be taken at the Department of Motor Vehicles. For DMV Centers, please visit http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/about/locate/dmv/sw.htm

Q:  When is the Department of Motor Vehicles in Green County open?
A:  The Department of Motor Vehicles of Green County is open on Monday and Wednesday from 7:00am to 5:00pm. For other counties, please visit http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/about/locate/dmv/sw.htm

Q:  Where is the Department of Motor Vehicles in Green County located?
A:  The Department of Motor Vehicles of Green County has its own location on the west side of the city of Monroe. It is in the building with Family Video and across the street from Ruda Chevorlet.

Q:  What is the cost of a learners permit?
A:  The cost of a learners permit is $35.00 and is paid to the Department of Motor Vehicles upon receipt of the permit.

Q:  What are the Graduated Driver License (GDL) restrictions? Link to dot for GDL restrictions.
A:  http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/index.htm

Q:  When can a road skills test be scheduled?
A:  A road skills test can be scheduled 11 weeks in advance of the student eligibility date. This eligibility date is determined by the issue date of the learners permit. A student is not eligible to take the driving skills test until he/she has had the learners permit for a minimum of 6 months from the issue date, regardless of the student’s age.

Q:  How to schedule the road skills test for a driver’s license?
A:  If the student is successful at passing the driving skills test, they will be issued a probationary license. There will be a fee of $45.00 for this license. You can schedule this test by clicking on "Schedule a Road Test" on our home page or you can schedule your road test at http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/about/locate/dmv/sw.htm

Q:  Can a student drive with a parent before working with an instructor?
A:  A student is eligible to drive as soon as they get their learners permit. They are not required to drive first with an instructor before driving with a parent. However, the law requires a student to have a driving time scheduled with the licensed instructor within 60 days of getting the learners permit.

Q:  What is needed to get a learners permit?
A:  A certified copy of your birth certificate (not a photocopy), form MV3001 from the driver education school in which you are enrolled or have completed, and a social security card or a passport. Another photo ID, (ie School ID or Wisconsin ID) will also be helpful.

Q:  What is needed to get a driver’s licenses?
A:  Completion of a 30 hour certified driver education course and 6 hours of driving and 6 hours of observation with a certified driver education instructor. A completion certificate will be issued to each student during the last driving session. The completion certificated and the learners permit will be needed the day the driving skills test is taken.

Q:  What is the cost of the driver education program?
A:  The fee for driver education varies based on the type of class you would like to take. Currently the fee for drivers education is $340.00. Choosing a driver education program is a critical decision. This will affect your child’s driving skills for a life time. A driver education class is an investment in your child's life skills. At MJM Hill Driving School, you will get a quality education program, new and safe cars to drive and highly trained instructors who are concerned about the results of our driver education program.

Q:  How does the on-line program work?
A:  At any time a student can start the on-line driver training. Students will be allowed to complete 2-one hour sessions on line per day. Each student will be given 90 days to complete the on-line course. After each session there will be a short test the student must pass to go on to the next session. At the end of the program, each student will take a final exam that will be proctored at MJM Hill Driving School.

Q:  What is a Hybrid on-line class?
A:  The Hybrid on-line class is going to be a great combination of attending an instructor lead classroom for critical topics such as Graduated Licensing laws, Right of Way laws, the Drivers Point System as it relates to tickets, Peer Pressure, Texting and Cell Use while driving, what to do in case of accident, and sharing the roadway with others for 10 hours. The balance will be taught on-line with reading text, videos, discussion questions and quizzes. An instructor lead classes will be held for 2 hours a day for 5 days straight. The balance of the classroom hours will be provided on-line. It is a great option in contrast to meeting for 2 hours per week for the entire 3 months of summer. This makes room for sport camps, family vacations, 4H fairs, church mission trips and camps. Our hope is to be in the local Green County schools for their summer programs, holding the 5 days of classes in your local school or a school near you to down on students missing classes. By holding classroom in your local school or a school closer to your local school, it will make it all the more convenient for students to get to classes. Hybrid classes during the school year will be held on Monday nights from 6:30-8:30pm for 5 Monday nights in a row. We will also offer this same program on Saturday mornings from 9:00 - 11:00am

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