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Wisconsin Statutes Vehicles (Ch. 340 to 351) § 343.60. Definitions

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In ss. 343.60 to 343.73:

(1) “Driver school” means a business that gives instruction, for compensation, in the operation of motor vehicles, except that it does not include any of the following:

(a) A high school or technical college that teaches driver training as part of its regular school program and whose course of study in driver training meets the criteria for a driver education course under this chapter has been approved by the department of public instruction or technical college system board.

(b) An institution of higher learning that teaches driver training as part of its teacher training program.

(c) A motorcycle training school that offers a basic or experienced rider training course approved by the department.

(d) Any driver training school that offers training exclusively in the operation of vehicles designed and manufactured for off highway operation.

(e) An instructor.

(1g) “Driver school classroom” means any facility that is approved by the department and used to conduct driver training, but does not include a motor vehicle.

(1m) “Driver school office” means the location at which the driver school business is conducted and approved by the department. “Driver school office” does not include any facility used only as a driver school classroom.

(2) “Fraudulent practices” includes, but is not limited to:

(a) Any conduct or representation tending to give the impression that a license to operate a motor vehicle or any other license, registration or service granted by the secretary or department may be obtained by any means other than the means prescribed by law or by furnishing or obtaining the same by illegal or improper means;  or

(b) The requesting, accepting, exacting or collecting of money for such purpose.

(3) “Instructor” means any person who is employed by a driver school licensed under this chapter and who, for compensation, gives instruction in the operation of a motor vehicle.

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