How do you replace or renew learners permits in Kansas? Kansas

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Replace or Renew Kansas Permits

Renew Your Driving Permit


Renewing a permit requires following the same steps you took when you first applied. This means you must visit your local KS DOR office and:

  1. Present proper identification.
  2. Provide payment for the $10 driving permit fee.
  3. Pass the learners permit test.
To prepare for the test you'll need to study the state's drivers license manual. All questions are based on information addressed in the handbook, including lane markings, drinking and driving, and road sign identification.

You should also take at least one practice permit test. These can be found online from a long list of independent sites. All questions mirror those found on the actual permit exam.

Your drivers permit is valid for one year.

Replace Your Driving Permit


To order a duplicate learners permit visit your local DOR office with:

  • Two forms of identification.
  • Cash or a check to pay the $16 duplicate drivers permit fee.

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