Learn about Wisconsin Drivers License Requirements

Obtain your Wisconsin drivers license. Requirements for receiving your drivers license or learners permit include.

  • Completed an approved driver education course
  • Held an instruction permit for at least six months and
  • Been violation free for six months 
  • Had 30 hours of driving experience (10 of which must be at night) 
  • An adult sponsor
  • Enrolled in a school program or high school equivalency program and not be a habitual truant, graduated from high school or been granted a declaration of high graduation equivalency, or be enrolled in a home-based private education program
  • Completed an application for a license – form MV 3001 PDF, including your Social Security number
  • Provided proof of identity
  • Provided proof of residency, proof of Wisconsin residency, unless you hold a Wisconsin Instruction Permit 
  • Passed the required driving skill test
  • Paid the required driver licensing and skill test fees

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