WHAT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW
About The Kansas Graduated Driver's License
Could Be A Big Setback For Your Teen!
It's Eligibility For These Two Restricted Licenses That Are At Risk!
The 15 Year Old Restricted License
Driving To And From School Or Work With Restricted Privileges
- The 16 Year Old Restricted License
Driving To And From School Or Work With Less Restricted Privileges
Must Hold For 1
HERE'S THE BIG SECRET!
Before Your Teen Can Get Their Restricted License At 15
They Must Have Held A Permit For A Year
And Completed A Driving School Course!
It's true! It's a little know fact that, in essence, there is a one year waiting period from the day they get their Instructional Permit (Learner's Permit) until they can get their Restricted License. That, as well as the requirement to attend a Driving School, catches a lot of parents by surprise, and can cause a huge delay in being able to access the driving privileges of a Restricted License.
THAT'S WHY YOUR TEEN NEEDS TO
ENROLL AT DOUBLE TEAM AT 14!
Every Day Past Their 14th Birthday Without A Permit Is A Day Lost
In Getting Their Restricted License At 15!
By taking the Double Team Driving School Course just after their 14th birthday, they'll be on their way to a Permit so they can get the one year clock running, and they'll also fulfill the Driving School requirement for the 15 Year Old Restricted License. Plus, we give them both the written and driving tests as well!
WHAT IF YOUR TEEN IS PAST 14?
They Can Get More Out Of What's Left Of Their Eligibility
The Sooner They Take Our Driving Course!
If your teen has already turned 14, and this is the first you have heard of the one year Permit and Driving School Requirements, get them enrolled in Double Team Driving School now! The key is to start the clock on the one-year Instruction Permit requirement as soon as possible! The earlier they start after they turn 14, the sooner they can get their 15 year old Restricted License!
HOW DO THEY GET STARTED?
Take Our 8-Hour Interactive Classroom Session!
All It Takes Is One Single Saturday
The Double Team Driving School Course begins with a One Day 8-Hour Classroom Session. Upon passing the written test at the end of the session, your teen will be issued a temporary Driving School Instruction Permit (IP) that is exchanged at the Drivers License Office for the State IP without being required to take the written test. That starts the one year clock rolling, and gets them on their way to obtaining a Restricted License at 15!
GET ENROLLED NOW!
And Get The Permit Clock Started!
Don't Wait Until Summer!
Every Day Past Their 14th Birthday Without A Permit
Is A Day Lost In Getting Their Restricted License At 15!
EZ Online Enrollment, On Mobile, Or By Phone!
Price Covers Entire Course - One Day 8 Hour Classroom Instruction With Lunch At Dairy Queen Next Door, 6 Hours Behind The Wheel Driving, And All Materials
(Behind The Wheel Driving Sessions Scheduled Separately After First Class)
MUST BE AT LEAST 14 AS OF DAY OF CLASSROOM SESSION
Classroom Session Includes
NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
Teens Save On Insurance Rates!
Drivers License Office Required Documents
All Documents Must Be Originals!
For Those Under 16, A Parent Or Guardian Must Be Present With Photo Identification
These are the documents you need to take with you to the Drivers License Office when you're exchanging the Drivers Ed Instruction Permit for the State Instruction Permit, or exchanging the Certificate of Completion for a Drivers License. Make sure your documents are originals. Because of Kansas law, faxed, photocopied, electronic or laminated copies of documents will not be accepted. For those under 16, a parent or guardian must be present with photo identification.
1. Proof of Legal Residence (One document)
2. Proof of Kansas Residency (two documents)
3. Social Security Number (One document)
A Social Security card with your current full name
Current W-2 or 1099
Current pay stub with Social Security number
Certified birth certificate
An unexpired U.S. passport or passport card
Certificate of Naturalization
Certificate of Citizenship
U.S. Consular Report of Birth Abroad
Valid Permanent Resident Card
Valid Employment Authorization Card
Valid I-94 (i.e. Asylee/Refugee)
Unexpired foreign passport with valid U.S. entry marking and/or documentation
Proof of residential address may be established by a minor applicant's parent, step-parent, legal guardian or other person with whom the applicant resides.
Kansas Driver's License or ID renewal postcard
Current Kansas vehicle registration or title
Utility bill or equivalent no more than two months old
Mail from a financial institution such as a bank statement, deed or mortgage
Rent or lease agreement
Kansas Voter Registration Card
Current auto, life or homeowners insurance bill with applicant’s name and address
Current educational transcript/school grade card
Current professional license by a U.S. agency
Current W-2 or 1099
Mail from a federal, state, county or city agency
Department of Corrections Certificate of Identification