Kansas drivers with suspended licenses can now apply and pay for a restricted driver’s license online.
The automated online application replaces a paper application and cuts processing time in half.
Customers can use the online application for unpaid ticket restrictions, which will allow drivers to obtain limited driving privileges instead of their unpaid tickets for up to a year.
Customers can also use the online application to request limited driving privileges for the remainder of their alcohol-related suspension.
Applications do not guarantee approval. The department determines approval based on an individual’s driving record.
Customers can also check the status of their driver’s license or retrieve copies of all notices that the Division of Vehicles has mailed to them from the online status check function at www.ksrevenue.org/DLStatusCheck.
The status check application is updated nightly Monday through Friday and shows if a driver’s license has been suspended, revoked, canceled or has restrictions.