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ATTENTION:  All behind-the-wheel lessons and traditional in-person classroom sessions will be adjusted to adhere to state and county guidelines. As a result all behind-the-wheel lessons will be only one student lessons lasting one hour. ALL students and instructors will be required to wear protective masks and gloves to provide added safety. Masks and gloves will not be provided, each student must bring their own. The drivers education vehicles will be cleaned in between each student lesson. All students will need to be both dropped off and picked up at the school meeting location they select. The behind the wheel calendar for June and subsequent months will be posted at always on the 15th of the prior month. Example: June 2020 behind the wheel calendar will be posted on May 15th. We have added a significant amount of lessons to attempt to accommodate everyone looking to catch up.

Below is a list of answers to the most commonly asked questions we have been asked during this time period.  Information is accurate as of 5/5/20.

  • As we do not know if the Governor’s Safer at Home order will be extended or not, we will not be posting any drive times until we are sure we will be able to hold them. 
  • DMV Service Centers will be resuming instruction permit testing beginning Monday 5/11/20.
    • If you have an MV3001 form dated more than 60 days in the past, please use the Contact Us link on this page to request an updated form.
  • Beginning Monday 5/11/20 students who are under the age of 18 and have completed their classroom and behind the wheel lessons may be eligible to have their road test waived to obtain their Probationary license online at this linkPlease direct any questions regarding the new test waiver program to the DMV.
  • The DMV is not enforcing the 60-day rule during this time (you do not have to schedule your first lesson within 60 days of receiving your permit). 
  • Students’ instruction permits are valid for 12 months and can be renewed for another 12 months.
  • If you/your student signed up for an upcoming in-person classroom and would like to take the online classroom instead, please send us an email. 

We understand that this situation is extremely frustrating for everyone and your patience is greatly appreciated.

Thank you and stay safe!

Welcome to JUST DRIVE Kenosha

“educating teens to make safe driving choices”

  • You only need to be 14 1/2 years old to sign up for the classroom or online classroom portion of driver’s ed!
  • All classes are taught by Wisconsin Department of Transportation Certified Instructors.
  • We offer the DMV knowledge and signs test (temps test) to our students under 18 years of age.

The State of Wisconsin requires the 30 hours of classroom, 6 hours behind the wheel and 6 hours of car observation. To register for one of those classes, please choose below. Classes are held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy. Pick-up and drop-off for behind the wheel lessons are at Kenosha Tremper, Kenosha Bradford, and Indian Trail high schools.

For information on adult private lessons please click the Contact Us link.


Traditional Classroom + BTW


Our 30-Hour Traditional Driver’s Education Classroom Course + 6 hours of Behind the Wheel drive time and 6 hours of Behind the Wheel observation satisfies all State of Wisconsin driver’s education requirements.  An additional 3 hours of drive time can be added upon registration.  You must be 14 1/2 years of age to sign up for this course.  Click Register Now to see our upcoming dates and times.  If you would like to pay with cash or a check please contact us before registering.

BTW Only


Our Behind the Wheel Only Course is 6 hours of Behind the Wheel drive time and 6 hours of Behind the Wheel observation.  It satisfies the State of Wisconsin’s required Behind the Wheel portion of driver’s education.  You must have completed 30 hours of classroom (in-person or online) and be 15 years old in order to sign up for this course.  If you would like to pay with cash or a check please contact us before registering.

Traditional Failure to Yield


Our 2-Hour Traditional Failure to Yield course satisfies the State of Wisconsin’s requirements for Failure to Yield the Right of Way violations.  If you would like to pay with cash or a check please contact us before registering.




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