According to the Kansas State driving laws, persons above the age of 16 would be able to obtain unrestricted driver’s license, if they are able to prove through an affidavit that they had completed a minimum of 50 hours of practice driving. This practice driving should be under the supervision of a person above the age of 21 with a valid driving license. Further, out of these 50 hours, at least 10 hours should include driving at night under supervision. If no affidavit is provided, the restrictions for license would continue until the driver reaches the age of 17. Further, if there are two or more traffic violations during this period, the license would become restricted until the age of 17.
Even though the Driver’s License Bureau in Kansas State would not require an actual log for the 50 hours of driving, it would be better to maintain a log, … Click here to read more