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What are the requirements to obtain an unrestricted Driver's License at age 16 in Kansas?
The licensee will need to provide an affidavit to the Driver's License Bureau 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.
A driver with an Instruction Permit, a Farm Permit or Restricted License may drive at any time when accompanied by an adult who is the holder of a valid commercial driver's license, class A, B or C driver's license and who is actually occupying the seat beside the driver." Must the accompanying adult be 21 years of age or older?
No. The adult accompanying the holder of an Instruction Permit, Farm Permit or Restricted License must be 18 years of age or older. However, hours driven with an adult under 21 years of age cannot be credited toward the 50 hours of adult supervised driving.
Will the Driver's License Bureau require documentation such as a log showing the total number of hours of supervised driving completed?
No. The Bureau will not require a log, however we encourage parents or guardians to use a log to keep track of supervised driving time.