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As it begins to snow in Wisconsin, let's review how these snowy conditions may affect your driving lessons.
Living in the Midwest, we are accustomed to snow, and gaining practice in these conditions is essential to being a competent and safe driver on the roads for years to come! However, if we hear there will be a snow or weather advisory for the day or following morning, we will begin to monitor and follow these steps:
8am - We will test out the road conditions in our vehicles. If the roads are too slick or icy, we will cancel lessons up until 12pm and re-evaluate the roads in a few hours. You will receive a call from the office or your instructor.
12pm - If the roads are still icy or too slick for driving, we will cancel the remainder of the day. If the roads have been sufficiently plowed and a wintery weather lesson can continue, we will plan to practice.