Last Updated 11th of June, 2010
What are the KS driving permit test requirements? Kansas
KS Learners Permit Testing RequirementsAnyone 14 or older is eligible to take the state's permit test. If you're 16 or younger you'll need to have a parent or guardian sign your drivers permit application. No appointment is needed to take the exam.
When you arrive at your local DOR office you will need, before taking the test, to provide the following:
- Proof of identity, age, and Kansas residency.
- A completed application.
- Payment to cover the $20 driving permit fee.
Taking a practice permit test is also highly recommended. These tests can be found online from a large number of sources, allowing you to take as many practice exams as needed until you feel test-confident. All of the practice test questions are patterned after the questions found on the actual permit test.
A driving permit is valid for one year.
For more information about obtaining your learners permit or drivers license, contact your local KS DOR office.
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