Failure to Yield/Right of Way

Failure to Yield

This program is offered Online immediately upon registration and is self-paced and available in-person seasonally.
The course takes 2-4 hours to complete on average.
4 Lakes is certified and licensed by the State of Wisconsin to conduct this course. The course requires two hours of classroom instruction.
Below is the curriculum that will be taught during the classroom instruction.


Discussion of State Statues
General rules of right-of-way.
36.23-29 Respective rights and duties of drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and riders of electric personal assistance mobility devices.

Discussion determining the Right-of-Way
What is Right-of-Way?
When should you yield to Right-of-Way?
Discuss the Right-of-Way rules for:
Pedestrians and bicycles.
Motorcycles (scooters are step-through motorcycles) and mopeds.
Funeral processions.
Intersections not controlled by signals or signs.
Four-way stops.
Turning left.

Private roads, driveways, and unpaved roads. Thru ways.
Intersection of single, two-lane, and multiple-lane roads and rotaries.
Discussion of Motorist's Handbook Share the Road
All drivers, including those on motorcycles, bicycles and mopeds have

At intersections.
To parking spaces.
When turning in traffic.
For Following distances.
After the course has been completed you will receive your course completion and the Department of Transportation will also receive an electronic copy of the course completion.

Assistance in obtaining permit

Classroom instruction

In-car instruction

New drivers

Refresher courses

Trip to DMV for road test and to obtain driver's license

We just wanted to say what a great teacher Wally is. He really is magnificent.

Jamie passed her road test with minimum lessons. Wally is patient and knows how to explain everything clearly. We will be recommending you to all of our friends.

Many Thanks
Kind Regards


Hi! Last week I passed my drivers exam (Yayyyy). I owe to all to Rich. I don't know what I would have done without him. I now have my independence which most people have 45 years my junior. These simple words cannot say enough. Thank you for your patience and kindness.


Dear Casey,

I am writing this letter to praise your driving instructor, Bob.

Bob recently gave me lessons to advance my driving skills. At all times he showed exceptional skill in teaching me. He is knowledgeable, patient and provided great advice about how to manage situations. After completing my instruction with Bob, I was able to drive on the highway for the first time.!

I am very grateful to Bob ? he is an excellent teacher.


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