On Tuesday, June 23, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly directed the Kansas Department of Revenue to begin phasing in the availability of drive tests.
"A significant part of getting Kansans back to work and back to school, is getting them back on the road," 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."
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.
Drive tests are now available in Johnson County in three locations:
As a reminder, drive tests are a function of the state, not Johnson County Government.