(Excerpts from the Kansas Driver’s Manual)

Applying for a Kansas Driver’s License Permit

A non-commercial Class C license is valid for 1 year. May be obtained at any full service driver license office by successfully passing the vision and written tests only. The holder of the permit may operate a passenger car at any time if accompanied by an adult who has a valid Class A, B or C license, who has at least 1 year of driving experience and who is occupying the seat beside the driver.

What To Expect

To obtain your Kansas instructional permit, you must:

  • Present acceptable proof of identity
  • Must be 14 years of age. Parent or guardian consent required for all applicants under the age of 16.
  • Vision & written tests required.
  • Instruction Permit holder may drive at any time when accompanied by a licensed adult driver 18 years of age or older.
  • To get a Restricted License, you must have held an Instruction Permit for at least 6 months.

Parental Approval Required

If you are less than 16 years old, a driver license, farm permit, or instruction permit cannot be issued to you unless your application is signed by your parent or guardian. A farm permit also requires the permission of a farm employer if the applicant does not reside on a farm of more than 20 acres.

Required Document

You are required to present two pieces of documentation. The full list of required docs can be found in the $CSLINK or on page 6 of the Kansas Driver’s Manual.

Restricted Kansas Class C Driver’s License

To obtain a restricted Kansas driver’s license, you must:

  • Present acceptable proof of identity
  • Must be 15 years of age but less than 16.
  • Parent or guardian consent required.
  • Driver’s Ed completion slip required.
  • Required to have had an Instruction Permit for at least 6 months, during which time the licensee must have completed at least 25 hours of supervised driving. Additional 25 hours required prior to age 16. All 50 hours can be completed anytime after obtaining Instruction Permit.
  • Prior to age 16, applicant must provide affidavit showing at least 50 hours of adult supervised driving, with 10 of those hours being at night, by a licensed driver at least 21 years old. If affidavit is not provided prior to age 16 the driver will remain restricted until age 17 or until affidavit is provided, whichever occurs first.
  • Restricted licensee may drive to and from school (not school activities); to, from or in connection with any employment or farm related work, or at any time when accompanied by a licensed adult driver 18 years of age or older.
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