The licensee will need to provide an affidavit to the driver licening office stating that they have completed at least 50 hours of practice driving, with at least 10 hours at night, supervised by a licensed adult 21 years of age or older and signed by their parent or guardian. If the affidavit is not provided, the license restrictions will continue until age 17. If the licensee is convicted of two or more moving violations on separate occasions before age 16, the license will remain restricted until age 17. Effective July 1, 1999, a violation for transporting non-sibling passengers will be a moving violation.
All Kansas driver's licenses issued to persons under 21 years of age and all farm permits are valid until the licensee's 21st birthday at the time of application. So, it is not necessary to return to a driver license office to have the restriction removed. The computer record of all licensees will be updated to remove the age restriction when all criteria to remove the restriction have been met. If the licensee wishes to have a new license issued without the restriction, he or she may return to a driver's license office and have a new license made. There is an $8 photo fee.
Actual time spent behind the wheel will be counted toward the requirement if the instructor is 21 years of age or older. Time spent observing or spent doing range driving, when not actually accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older, will not be counted.
No, the blue DE-99 instruction permit is only valid during the driver's education course. All applicants for a restricted license, must have held an instruction permit (or a farm permit) issued by the driver licensing office for at least one year.
Yes, if the applicant has completed driver's education and can provide proof of name and date of birth as required, the driver licening office will accept the completion certificate and issue an instruction permit.