Kansas drivers can now take the written portion of their driver's test online.
The Kansas Department of Revenue's Division of Vehicles launched KnowTo Drive Online, which is an online-version of the same test normally taken in person. The test is powered by Intellectual Technology, Inc., which also hosts kiosks in 13 other states.
David Harper, the director of the Division of Vehicles, said the establishment of the online test will help decrease the number of visitors to the office and reduce waiting times. The test is available 24/7 at the Division of Vehicles website. Fees are $10 upon the first test and $8.50 for any re-test.
For those less inclined to take their test online, the physical version of the test is still available to be taken in the office.