Roe's Premier Driving Academy, LLC at Mukwonago High School

Roe's Premier Driving Academy, LLC at Mukwonago High School 262-894-5763. Over 43 years of experience teaching safe, responsible defensive driving techniques. Come learn from the best teachers!
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Selecting a driving school is one of the most important decisions a parent and teen will make. While a reasonable price is certainly an important factor, the quality of teaching and professional manner in which the school operates should be considered most important. Our goal is to provide you with quality information in our classroom and/or behind the wheel phases that your teen not only obtain a driver's license, but also make sound defensive decisions and choices while practicing safe driving habits for the rest of their life. Roe’s Premier Driving Academy LLC is locally owned and operated by a former Mukwonago High School Driver Education teacher. All of our instructors are certified through the State of Wisconsin DPI and DOT to teach behind the wheel and classroom Driver Education to teenagers and adults. Just because you have a driver’s license doesn’t mean you know what it takes to be a teacher. LEARN TO DRIVE WITH CERTIFIED TEACHERS WHO WERE CAREFULLY TRAINED TO EDUCATE STUDENTS ON A DAILY BASIS!

The DMV is not open for any instruction permit - "temps"  test or road test at this time.  All expiring permits will be ...
04/23/2020

The DMV is not open for any instruction permit - "temps" test or road test at this time. All expiring permits will be extended 60 days without any $ penalty. I am only offering online classes until further notice. Please use this time to read your Wisconsin Motorist Handbook, or if you already have your temps, practicing with your sponsors.

With the recent restrictions on non-essential businesses, we cannot teach any in class or behind the wheel sessions.  We...
03/31/2020
Roe's Premier Driving Academy

With the recent restrictions on non-essential businesses, we cannot teach any in class or behind the wheel sessions. We do have the online class available 24/7. If you are getting toward the driving age, you can take the online course while you are at home and have the extra time. Please call 262-894-5763, or visit my website to sign up and get started right away. Still only $75. (This is the same curriculum offered through Teach Safe, but we offer it for at least $14.00 less than other driving schools in the area.
Stay home, stay safe & stay healthy,
Kathy Roe
Www.roesdrivingschool.com

Roe’s Premier Driving Academy is owned and operated by Kathleen Roe. Over the past 40 years she has taught over 15,000 students' classroom, simulation and behind the wheel lessons, primarily at Mukwonago High School. In addition to Driver Education, she has taught the elective Developing Personal ...

03/25/2020
Roe's Premier Driving Academy

We will not be having behind the wheel training during this Corona virus crisis.

Driver training schools are considered a non-essential business and should not be operating to provide in-car lessons. This is due to the inability to remain 6 or more feet apart.

You can still however sign up for the online course to complete your classroom needs. Sign up and start today at www.roesdrivingschool.com

Roe’s Premier Driving Academy is owned and operated by Kathleen Roe. Over the past 40 years she has taught over 15,000 students' classroom, simulation and behind the wheel lessons, primarily at Mukwonago High School. In addition to Driver Education, she has taught the elective Developing Personal ...

02/06/2020

Sign up now for the last 2 sessions of the school year. All classes meet in room 202 of Mukwonago HS. You do not need to be an MHS student to attend.

Online classroom available 24/7
(Session 3 Hybrid class 10 hours in class, 20 hours online)
5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26, 6/2 (5:15-7:15pm)

Summer Session 4 June 15-July 8 (9:30-11:30am)
Summer Session 5 July 13-Aug 5 (9:30-11:30am)

Register now at: roesdrivingschool.com
or Call 262-894- five seven six three

Be responsible today and everyday.
02/02/2020

Be responsible today and everyday.

01/16/2020

Beginning October 1, 2020

Travelers will soon need a REAL ID compliant driver's license or another acceptable form of identification in order to fly. Now is the time to check your ID for a star.

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01/14/2020

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01/14/2020

Call 911 and report your mile marker. Copied from Pewaukee parents group
- 47, yes 47 kids/young adults have gone missing in Iowa over the last week and a half, both female and males, law enforcement believes they were abducted by sex traffickers, and appears could be moving into WI. Please read and share the below copied post.
PLEASE READ IF YOU HAVE DAUGHTERS OR LOVED ONES WHO DRIVE ALONE!
I heard about a friend whose daughter had a very unnerving experience yesterday while driving by herself on eastbound I-94 coming home from college. Right around Tomah( WI) where I-90 and I-94 meet, a grey Nissan cargo van started following her. Every time she changed lanes, the van changed lanes. When she sped up or slowed down, the van did the same. At one point she exited the freeway to get gas but when the van exited with her she elected not to stop and got right back on the freeway. But so did the van. She was close to HWY 60 when she finally called me and I had her exited and drive to the State Patrol station in DeForest( WI). She made a very evasive maneuver and exited at the very last minute and fortunately the van was unable to follow. ( the van had been following her for about an hour).
She could not get a license plate number off the vehicle because most of the time the van was so close that she couldn’t see the plate. But she did take a picture of the vehicle in her rear view mirror. There were 2 men in the vehicle. Either very tan or Hispanic, both wearing sunglasses. The driver had a large gold watch on his wrist.
The State Patrol told her that she was likely the target of sex traffickers. ( a young good looking female traveling alone). Even in broad daylight. She’s rattled, but fortunately safe.
The State patrol officers said she should have called 911 while driving. Told them which direction she was headed and what mile marker she was passing. They would have dispatched officers to intercept the vehicle following her and preserve her safety. ( There could have been other girls in the van as well).
Please relay this information to your daughters, nieces, cousins, friends etc. Teach the young women/ girls in your life to keep their cool and call 911. And NEVER stop their vehicle if they are bumped from the rear. Keep driving and call 911. ALWAYS CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY IN THESE SITUATIONS.
PLEASE COPY AND SHARE THIS AND STAY ALERT!

12/16/2019

Give the gift of Driving Lessons this Christmas. Call for details. 262-894-5763

My webpage is up and running for 2020 Winter/Spring/Summer classes.  Sign up now before the price increase in the fall. ...
12/16/2019
Roe's Premier Driving Academy

My webpage is up and running for 2020 Winter/Spring/Summer classes. Sign up now before the price increase in the fall.
Www.roesdrivingschool.com

Roe’s Premier Driving Academy is owned and operated by Kathleen Roe. Over the past 40 years she has taught over 15,000 students' classroom, simulation and behind the wheel lessons, primarily at Mukwonago High School. In addition to Driver Education, she has taught the elective Developing Personal ...

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12/16/2019

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12/16/2019

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12/09/2019

Today we had a wonderful visit and exchange of ideas with Jerzy and Tim the owners of Drivers EdVantage Driving School LLC, in Beaver Dam. What a wonderful school with a couple great caring teachers. It's so great when schools can work together for the benefit of educating our Teens.

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12/05/2019

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If the blade digs into the road it will stop on the spot!!

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You aren't a turkey this Thanksgiving, so don't drive like one.  Safe Travels
11/28/2019

You aren't a turkey this Thanksgiving, so don't drive like one. Safe Travels

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11/13/2019

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11/13/2019

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Illinois State Police to ticket drivers who linger in the left lane
11/13/2019
Illinois State Police to ticket drivers who linger in the left lane

Illinois State Police to ticket drivers who linger in the left lane

State law for 15 years has designated interstate left lanes primarily as passing lanes, but Illinois State Police said troopers this year will use unmarked vehicles to aggressively try to catch those lingering in the left lane and hand out $120 tickets.

Congratulations Sydney Lewanovich, you passed on the first try!  Please always drive as safely as you did today.
10/01/2019

Congratulations Sydney Lewanovich, you passed on the first try! Please always drive as safely as you did today.

09/27/2019

BY GOODWIN & SCIESZKA / PUBLISHED IN MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, TIPS

Fall is a fun time of year for a lot of reasons, like Halloween, fall color, trips to the cider mill, and the return of football season, just to name a few. But it can also make driving a bit more difficult. Before you hit the road during this time of year, whether you’re taking a late-season road trip or are just running some errands around town, here are a few ways you can make your trip a safe one and hopefully avoid having to call a car accident lawyer.

Be Careful of Leaves
Leaves are a big part of the fall season and as beautiful as they are, they can pose a danger when they fall into the road. Fall can be a very rainy time of year and once the rain hits those fallen leaves, they can be extremely slippery. Be very careful when driving over wet leaves and try to avoid braking on them if it’s at all possible. Wet leaves can easily be as slippery as ice, but if they’re in a shaded area and temperatures have dropped low enough, they might actually be icy.

Even if it hasn’t rained recently, remember that leaves on the road might be hiding lines, road markings, potholes, or other hazards in the road. Proceed with caution and remember to pay attention to the edge of the road if you’re having a hard time seeing the lines in the road.

If you live in an area that’s known for its beautiful fall color, remember that there might be more traffic than usual as people visit to check it out. So if you see someone driving at a slower than normal speed on a tree-lined road, especially if they have out-of-state license plates, increase your following distance to give them a little extra room in case they stop suddenly.

Check Your Car
As the leaves start to turn colors, it’s time to check a few things on your car, like your windshield wipers. Not only can rain make the road more slippery, it can also make it harder to see while you’re driving, so early fall is a great time of year to replace your windshield wiper blades. A clean windshield will also help make it easier for you to see if you have a lot of glare hitting your windshield.

With the temperatures dropping, it’s also a good time to check the pressure on your car’s tires. Since coldness causes particles to contract, the air in your tires might not be exerting as much pressure on your tires as they were in the middle of July.

Don’t Veer for Deer
An unfortunate reality for Michigan drivers is that there’s a very high risk of being involved in a car accident with a deer. About 50,000 accidents involving deer are reported in Michigan every year, and since fall is deer mating season, a lot of those accidents happen during this time of year. Deer are most likely to be active at dusk and dawn, so be particularly watchful when driving during those times, but remember that accidents can happen at any point of the day. Also, keep in mind that deer very frequently travel in groups, so if you see one deer, there’s a good chance that other deer may be nearby.

Even though nobody wants to hit a deer, Michigan State Police advises a “don’t veer for deer” rule. Many of the most serious car-deer accidents were caused when the driver swerved to avoid a deer, and ended up causing their vehicle to roll over or hit another vehicle or object instead. If you know there’s no way to avoid hitting a deer, brake firmly and hold the steering wheel to bring your car to a stop. After the accident, move your vehicle to the side of the road if possible, put on your emergency flashers, and report the accident to the police and your insurance company.

Use Your Headlights
Now that the days are getting shorter, it’s extremely important to use your headlights. Children may still be out playing when it starts getting dark, many bicyclists are still out riding, and lots of joggers are trying to enjoy being able to run outside while they can. Using your headlights will make it easier for you to spot them and make you more visible to other people.

Not only are we losing daylight, fog is also a pretty common occurrence during this time of year. A lot of people think that they’re supposed to use their high beams in fog, but this can actually create glare and make it harder to see. Using your low beams is just fine for helping you see better and increasing your visibility.

Watch Out for Glare
With the hours of daylight changing, you might experience a lot of strong glare from the sun at times you didn’t during the summer. Make sure you keep an extra pair of sunglasses in your car and keep your windshield clean. If it’s at all possible, try to stick to roads that run north/south instead of east/west if it’s close to sunrise or sunset to try and reduce the amount of glare you encounter.

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09/23/2019

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Fall can mean a lot of things – back to school, football games, and most of all homecoming. Homecoming is a rite of pass...
09/20/2019

Fall can mean a lot of things – back to school, football games, and most of all homecoming. Homecoming is a rite of passage for most high school students. Since it’s right around the corner Teens in the Driver Seat wants to remind you to be safe whether your celebrating a home-game win, or planning to go to your school’s homecoming dance.

Driving at Night – Catching the football game or going to the homecoming dance can mean driving home after dark. Make sure that you are following cars in front of you at a safe distance and if you can avoid it, don’t drive at night.

Distractions – If you are driving to the game, or the dance, make sure you are not distracted by friends in the car or by your cell phone. A quick text message or phone call can wait until you arrive at your destination.

Speeding – Don’t rush! Make sure that you leave your destination in time to arrive at the next one on time. If you double your speed from 30 to 60 mph breaking distance is not twice, but four times as long.

Seatbelt Use – Make sure that you buckle up before you put your car in drive, and make sure your date or friends wear their seatbelts—even if they are in the backseat.

Drinking and Driving – This one is simple: don’t drink and drive. Drinking makes you stupid. It can also make you dead.

Have fun and stay safe while you’re rooting for the home team this homecoming.

My Drivers Ed teacher made our class one of my favorite memories of high school.  My college Driving teacher prep course...
09/09/2019

My Drivers Ed teacher made our class one of my favorite memories of high school. My college Driving teacher prep courses were also my favorite. I hope that my students say the same about my classes. Fall classes in Drivers Education start today at 3:15pm in room 202 of Mukwonago HS. (I still have a few openings) If today's class isn't good for you, check out my website for other available classes. At Roe's driving school, we all teach the same way, making memories that will last and stick with you a lifetime..... Not just to pass your road test. check us out at WWW.roesdrivingschool.com

08/29/2019
Roe's Premier Driving Academy

Still a few spots left in the Monday Sept 9 class held at Mukwonago HS. Register now at www.roesdrivingschool.com
Other sessions including totally online also available.

Roe’s Premier Driving Academy is owned and operated by Kathleen Roe. Over the past 40 years she has taught over 15,000 students' classroom, simulation and behind the wheel lessons, primarily at Mukwonago High School. In addition to Driver Education, she has taught the elective Developing Personal ...

Wisconsin law says that you must stop 20' away from a school bus displaying red flashing lights and the stop sign extend...
08/23/2019

Wisconsin law says that you must stop 20' away from a school bus displaying red flashing lights and the stop sign extended. You also cannot enter an intersection regardless of how far away the bus is, when the bus is loading or unloading children.

School Bus Safety

The area 10 feet around a school bus is the most dangerous for children. Stop far enough back to allow them space to safely enter and exit the bus.

Be extra vigilant and alert around school buses. Children can be unpredictable, ignore hazards and take risks.

#DriveSafely #BacktoSchool2019

New classes start September 9 from 3:15-5:15pm, Monday thru Thursday, in room 202 of Mukwonago HS.  If you or your stude...
08/11/2019
Roe's Premier Driving Academy

New classes start September 9 from 3:15-5:15pm, Monday thru Thursday, in room 202 of Mukwonago HS. If you or your student isn't an online student, the in class experience is for you. I also have a hybrid class (10 hours in class and 20 hours online) plus 30 hours totally online learning. Don't be fooled by another school, we all use the same curriculum. (Except I offer my online class for less $, only $75.00) Sign up starting Monday at www.roesdrivingschool.com, or call me to register. Kathy Roe 262-894-5763

Roe’s Premier Driving Academy is owned and operated by Kathleen Roe. Over the past 40 years she has taught over 15,000 students' classroom, simulation and behind the wheel lessons, primarily at Mukwonago High School. In addition to Driver Education, she has taught the elective Developing Personal ...

Don't leave Children or Pets in the car, even for a minute.
07/18/2019

Don't leave Children or Pets in the car, even for a minute.

07/10/2019
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07/10/2019

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There still are a few seats left in the last full 30 hours inclass session this summer of Driver Education at Roe's Prem...
07/07/2019

There still are a few seats left in the last full 30 hours inclass session this summer of Driver Education at Roe's Premier Driving Academy. The class runs July 8-26, Monday thru Friday 9-11am in room 202 of MHS. $50 Register now at www.roesdrivingschool.com or inclass registration on Monday, July 8. Online classes are available year round 24/7. Fall classes will start in September.

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06/30/2019

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Roe's Premier Driving Academy is proud to announce that Elizabeth Klitzman has officially become our newest licensed dri...
06/27/2019

Roe's Premier Driving Academy is proud to announce that Elizabeth Klitzman has officially become our newest licensed driver. Way to drive Liz.....Always be as safe and defensive as you were today.

Congratulations Waylon Klitzman..... you passed your road test with flying colors on the first try!  Roe's Premier Drivi...
06/26/2019

Congratulations Waylon Klitzman..... you passed your road test with flying colors on the first try! Roe's Premier Driving Academy is so proud of You. Always drive as safely as you did today!

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Thank you Mrs. Roe!