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Share the road with ATV's

Some communities now allow ATV/UTVs to use local roads. Learn more about the law and resources available and follow these safety tips for motorists: 

  • Watch for riders. 
  • When approaching an ATV/UTVs on the road, slow down and be patient for a safe opportunity to pass. ATV/UTVs are much wider than bicycles so more room is needed to safely pass.
  • Always eliminate distractions, be patient and stay focused.



Welcome to 1st Rate Driving SchoolWI Teenage Driver Training

Learn the fundamentals of vehicle operation and the rules of the road in a safe and fun environment.  Complete all Wisconsin certified classroom courses as well as behind-the-wheel instruction at one of our convenient locations.



 At 1st Rate Driving School LLC, you will receive:

  • Comprehensive classroom curriculum
  • On-site Instruction Permit testing
  • Flexible driving times to fit your busy schedule
  • Pick up and Drop off services available for behind the wheel


Qualified, State-certified driving instructors


"A Schedule to Fit your Needs"

Proudly serving Oconto, Shawano, Brown, Marinette, and Forest Counties.


  Did you know: Students can find other convenient DMV Customer Service Centers, check wait times, learn about services and schedule appointments at some locations by using the DMV Locator?



Watch for deer 

While crashes between deer and motor vehicles tend to peak in the fall, June is typically when motorists are most likely to be injured in a deer/vehicle crash. 

 Deer activity increases in June as females search for places to give birth and young deer separate from their mothers. 

 Share these tips to avoid deer crashes, what to do if you hit a deer, and how to report a car-killed-deer for disposal.


Wisconsin's Move Over Law


In order to keep our law enforcement officers, emergency responders, and other roadway workers safe, Wisconsin has a Move Over Law. The law states that drivers must change lanes or slow down in order to provide a safe amount of space when a vehicle is stopped on the side of a road with its warning lights flashing.

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