Kansas Driver's License Info, Driver's License Handbook, DMV Test
(Excerpts from the Kansas Driver’s Manual)
Where to Apply
When applying for an original, renewal or a current Kansas license, application must be made to a Driver’s License Examiner of the Division of Vehicles. Please remember—All stations are closed Mondays and many stations outside the large urban areas maintain schedules with varying days and hours. Please check your local areas for these hours. You may apply at any station regardless of your county of residence.
You must be 16 years of age to hold a non-commercial class C licenses. You can apply for an instructional permit at 14 years of age.
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.
The cost for a non-commercial Class C license is $12.00 for four years or $18.00 for six years.
What To Expect
You will be required to pass a vision, written and road test to obtain your Kansas driver’s license. If you fail the test you may take it the following day. You have four (4) chances to pass the written and road test. If you fail four times, you are required to wait six (6) months before trying again. The easiest way to pass the written test is with the $CSLINK.
If you don't pass your written test we will REFUND you 100% of your purchase with us.