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Wisconsin Failure to Yield Right of Way Law

As of August 1, 2012, any person who receives a citation and is convicted for failure to yield under Wisconsin statute 346.18 will be required to attend a failure to yield right-of-way course. If the violation results in bodily harm, great bodily harm or death to another, the operating privilege will be suspended:

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If your operating privilege is suspended, you will not be eligible to reinstate until you have successfully completed the failure to yield right-of-way course.This course has been designed to reacquaint you with vehicle right-of-way rules and provide awareness of keeping motorcyclists, pedestrians and bicyclists safe.

We offer the 2-hour Failure to Yield Right Of Way Course at an affordable price.

After successfully completing the failure to yield right-of-way course:

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Cost for the 2 Hour "Failure to Yield" Class: $80
Classes are held from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
September 19
  November 10


2011 Wisconsin Act 173 (starting August 01, 2012) - 343.31 (2t) (b) If a person is convicted of violating s. 346.18 or a local ordinance in conformity with s. 346.18, in addition to any other penalty provided by law, the department shall order the person to attend a vehicle right-of-way course whose mode of instruction is approved by the secretary and which is conducted by any regularly established safety organization, by the provider of driver education courses approved under s. 38.04(4) or 115.28(11), or by a driver school licensed under s. 343.61. The course of instruction shall acquaint the person with vehicle right-of-way rules and provide instruction on motorcycle, pedestrian, and bicycle awareness. If the course is conducted by the provider of approved driver education courses or a driver school, the provider or driver school shall issue to the person a certificate upon successful completion of the course. If a person's operating privilege has been suspended under par. (a), the department may not reinstate the person's operating privilege unless the person has successfully completed the course required under this paragraph

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