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If you want to cheer on Jayhawk basketball while sailing through rolling fields in the wheat state or visit the ghosts of the outlaws buried in Dodge City’s Boot Hill Cemetery, it’s imperative that you have your license up to date. With questions that are very similar (and sometimes exactly the same) as the real thing, we have everything you need to leave the KS DMV with your permit or driver’s license in hand. Whether it be for cars, motorcycles or commercial vehicles, we got you covered. We offer many resources for new learners, seniors, and everyone in between. Our site is the ideal place to get a handle on exactly what you need to succeed, beyond just getting the official handbook. What do you need to bring with you? What other tips and tricks are important? We have all the answers.

The line about amber waves of grain from “America the Beautiful” might well have been written about the great state of Kansas. If you want a job driving that train to Kansas City or transporting school kids in Topeka, you’ll need a Kansas commercial driver’s license (CDL). We’ve got all the information you need to get in and out of the DMV with low stress and with a CDL in hand. We can tell you what to do after you put in the $44 to cover your photo, license and general testing fee. We have you covered from 70 question prep tests for A Class vehicles to 50 question ones for B and C class as well as fully comprehensive information on the passenger and school busses, doubles/triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal endorsements. Don’t be stressed that you might not make it, use our study guides and cheat sheets to get on the road in a hurry.

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Kansas Driver’s License & Permit FAQ

How Can I Apply for my KS Driver’s License? Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How old should I be in order to apply for a learner’s permit in Kansas?

    You should be at least 14 years old before applying for your permit.
  • What documents should I have when I go to apply for my license in Kansas?

    You will need to provide proof of identity and proof of residency.
  • Where do I go to apply for a driver’s license in Kansas?

    When applying for a Kansas license, you must go to a local DMV office.
  • How can I contact my nearest Kansas DMV office?

    You can contact your nearest DMV office directly.
  • Who should bring me for my knowledge test in Kansas?

    If you are 15 or younger, your parent will need to bring you.
  • Does Kansas require a physical in order to get a license?

    No. A physical is not required.
  • Will I need a vision test when I go for my Kansas driver’s license?

    Yes, your vision will be tested.
  • Where do I go to get my driver’s license picture taken?

    Be prepared to have your picture taken at the DMV office the same day.
  • What’s the next step after I apply for my Kansas permit?

    Once you receive your permit, you must hold it at least one year, if you are younger than 16. You must also work on completing driver’s education if you haven’t already (if under 15). You should get at least 25 of the 50 hours of behind the wheel training (if under 18).
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"I found your website this morning May 23, 2014 while browsing the internet. I took the practice test at least 3x for all of it and at 4:45 in the afternoon I took the DMV test and passed it. The practice test really helps a lot because most of the questions are similar to the practice test. Thanks for having this site free online. I appreciate it."

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Hazardous Materials (HazMat)
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Combination Vehicles
Double/Triple Trailers
Tanker Vehicles
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