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Phase-In of Drive Tests in Kansas

KSAL StaffJune 23, 2020

Salina has been selected as a location for the Governor’s phase in of drive tests.

Kan. Governor Laura Kelly directed the Kansas Department of Revenue to begin phasing in the availability of drive tests. To start administering these tests, steps had to be taken to ensure the health and well-being of all who interact with the Kansas Department of Revenue offices.

“A significant part of getting Kansans back to work and back to school, is getting them back on the road,” Governor Kelly said. “By phasing in our drive tests statewide, with the proper health and safety protocol in mind, we make sure Kansans can travel to work, school, or to the grocery store.”

Examiners will be outfitted with face masks and gloves. Additional protective equipment may be worn when administering these tests. All people inside a vehicle in which a driving test is being administered are required to wear a face mask. If an applicant declines to wear a mask, a test can be rescheduled for a later time once circumstances call for mask use to subside.

This is in addition to continuing the implementation of social distancing guidelines and requiring appointments and screenings upon entering offices.

“The operational processes we have implemented will help us continue our services in a healthy manner while also ensuring Kansans get back on the road safely,” said David Harper, Director of the Division of Vehicles.

To see if an office is offering the drive test and instructions on making an appointment, customers are asked to visit www.ksrevenue.org/reopening.html.

The following offices will make drive tests available beginning June 22, 2020.

CountyOffice Address
Allen1 N. Washington, Iola
Barton1400 Main St., Room 207, Great Bend
Bourbon108 W. 2nd, Fort Scott
Butler640 N. Andover Rd., Andover
Cherokee1101 E. St., Baxter Springs
Cloud811 Washington, Suite B, Concordia
Cowley320 E. 9th St., Winfield
Crawford202 E. Centennial Dr., Suite C11A, Pittsburg
Douglas1035 N. 3rd St., Suite 119, Lawrence
Ellis1222 Canterbury Dr., Hays
Finney2506 N. John St., Garden City
Ford2601 Central Ave., Dodge City
Franklin225 S. Walnut St., Ottawa
Johnson6507 Johnson Dr., Mission
Johnson13507 S. MurLen Suite #137 Olathe
Johnson7600 W. 119th St., Suite D, Overland Park
McPherson322 N. Main St., Suite 205, McPherson
Montgomery404 N. 14th St., Independence
Nemaha203 N. 8th St., Suite 2, Seneca
Neosho301 West 14th St., Chanute
Phillips520 S. 7th St., Phillipsburg
Pratt300 S. Ninnescah St., Pratt
Reno125 W. 2nd St., Suite A, Hutchinson
Riley8200 S. Port Dr., Suite 105, Manhattan
Saline 2910 Arnold, Salina
Scott303 Court St., #6, Scott City
Sedgwick620 N. Rock Rd., Suite 300, Derby
Sedgwick1873 W. 21st N, Wichita Twin Lakes
Seward615 N. Kansas Ave. B, Liberal
Shawnee300 SW 29th St., Topeka
Thomas990 S. Range St., #3, Colby
Wyandotte155 S. 18th St., Kansas City

The Division of Vehicles continues to encourage Kansans to renew their driver’s licenses online by using iKan, the state’s official app for online driver’s license and vehicle registration renewals. The app can be accessed by going to www.ikan.ks.gov, or by searching iKan and downloading from the Apple App or Google Play mobile stores.

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