Thank you for your interest in Scenic Valley Driving School and welcome to our website. Whether you are a teenage student excited about getting your drivers license, an adult who is searching for aid in learning how to drive or a parent searching for a driving school you can trust to assist your son or daughter get off to the correct start in their driving careers, you've come to the best place!

Contact Details

  City Lodi, WI
  Zip Code 53555
  Phone Number (608) 592-2182

From Our Website

I was really impressed on your class and the amount of information you cover with the kids. I know it was quite a while ago, but the driver's course I had in high school didn't cover half of the information in yours. Just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed the class yesterday. I appreciate your positive attitude and the objectives you laid out. It's hard to let my "baby" go and become so grown up, so thanks for making it a little easier. Rick and I want to thank you so very much as Kallie loves your class.

Our Online Course consists of 30 hours of instruction and includes all of the topics mandated by Wisconsin Law, as well as numerous other topics. Once the student has completed the Online Course we send them a Certificate by email that shows they have successfully completed the Online Classroom. They can then complete Behind-the-Wheel Training with us or with any other Licensed Driving School of their choice. The cost for the Online Classroom Only is $150.00. The cost for Online Classroom + Behind-the-Wheel Training is $475.00.

Even though Wisconsin enacted Graduated Driver Licensing in 2000, this remains one of the most misunderstood issues. Many families have not been given information about Graduated Licensing and as a result, most parents tend to think about their own Driver Education Course and assume that things are still done the same way. The truth is many things have changed, including the age when a student should sign up for and start the classroom sessions. We recommend that students or parents contact us at age 14 (not 15 ) and start the classroom sessions between age 14 and 15.