Teenage drivers in Wisconsin may only have to worry about the written drivers’ test in the future.
The state’s DMV yesterday said it wants to permanently do away with the driving test. The Department of Transportation waived driving tests last year because of the coronavirus, and now wants to end them for good. Instead, parents would have to sign a waiver that states their teens have had enough time behind the wheel. The DMV says about 85-percent of 16 and 17-year-olds typically pass their driving test on the first try.