Behind the Wheel Training
The Master’s Driving School offers behind the wheel training for students of all ages with various skill levels.
If a student is under the age of 18, the state of Wisconsin requires each student to have 6 hours behind the wheel and 6 hours of observarion with a licensed instructor.
If over the age of 18, we offer as much training as is necessary to prepare the student to pass their state administered road test.
During behind the wheel training, students will be taught basic skills, including a Y-turn, straight backing, parallel parking, and other necessary maneuvers required to pass a road test.
The Master's Driving School provides complete and comprehensive programs for all levels of trainees. TMDS offers services from high school classroom courses to behind-the-wheel training with adaptive equipment. This includes a full array of adapted vehicles and a shop to complete evaluations which require modifications that are too complex to provide on-site.