New Laws for TEENS
NOTE TO PARENTS & STUDENTS: FROM
MIKE JOHNSON (OWNER-WICHITA DRIVING SCHOOL):
ALL DRIVER EDUCATION STUDENTS IN THE STATE OF KANSAS ARE
REQUIRED TO FILL OUT A DE 99 APPLICATION. THE FORMS ARE
COMPLETED ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS, AND THEN SUBMITTED TO THE STATE OF KANSAS. THEY ARE
TYPICALLY PROCESSED IN ABOUT 10 DAYS. AFTER THE
DE99S ARE PROCESSED, WE ASSIGN DRIVING INSTRUCTORS.
STUDENTS WILL BE CALLED TO SCHEDULE DRIVING LESSONS IN ABOUT
14 DAYS AFTER CLASS. BESIDES APPROVING STUDENTS FOR 6
HOURS OF DRIVER TRAINING WITH OUR INSTRUCTOR, THE DE-99 CONTAINS A
PERMIT & CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION. IF
THE STUDENT DOES NOT HAVE A CURRENT INSTRUCTIONAL PERMIT, THEY
WILL THEN RECEIVE THE PAPER IP FROM THEIR INSTRUCTOR ON
THE FIRST DRIVING LESSON.
MOST STUDENTS, WHICH
RECEIVE THIS PAPER PERMIT NEED TO EXCHANGE IT AT THE DMV FOR AN
OFFICIAL PHOTO IP (ALSO KNOWN AS A "LEARNER'S
THE PURPOSE OF THE DE-99 FORM IS TO: 1)
VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT, WHICH IS APPLYING
TO OBTAIN A LICENSE. 2)
ESTABLISH THAT THE STUDENT CURRENTLY LIVES IN THE STATE OF KS.
3) IDENTIFY IF
THE APPLICANT IS CURRENTLY TAKING ANY PRESCRIBED
MEDICINE FOR A PHYSICAL OR MENTAL CONDITION, WHICH
MAY REQUIRE A PHYSICIAN'S APPROVAL TO PROCEED WITH THE
DRIVING PORTION OF THE DRIVER ED COURSE.
THE PRIMARY PURPOSE
OF THIS FORM IS TO PROVIDE
PROOF THAT THE STUDENT HAS ENROLLED AND LATER SUCCESSFULLY
COMPLETED THE ENTIRE DRIVER ED COURSE AT A LICENSED DRIVING
SCHOOL, OR HIGH SCHOOL. UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
OF THE DRIVING AND FULL PAYMENT OF THE COURSE, OUR
INSTRUCTOR WILL GIVE THE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION TO THE
STUDENT OR PARENT. DO
NOT LOSE THIS PAPER CERTIFICATE,
AS IT ALLOWS THE STUDENT TO LATER RECEIVE A LICENSE AT
THE DMV, W/ NO ADDITIONAL TESTING BESIDES AN EYE TEST.
SOME STATES REQUIRE ADDITIONAL TESTING BEYOND DRIVER
EDUCATION, (I.E. WRITTEN/DRIVING), BUT KS USUALLY DOES NOT.
IF YOU LOSE THIS CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION, OUR WEST OFFICE CAN
REPLACE IT (COST IS $15). NOTE: ABOUT 1 OUT OF 10 STUDENTS LOSE THEIR CERTIFICATE!
in mind that the DMV can randomly test or deny any license
applicant, or require testing for other reasons (see
Upon successful completion of this course (8 hrs/class
& 6 hrs/driving), YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A
DRIVER‘S LICENSE. You will receive a paper Certificate
of Completion . This gold hi-lighted document confirms
you successfully completed an approved course in
driver education -from a driving school licensed by
the State of KS. ….By taking this document
to a KS Driver‘s License Office (DMV), one can
receive a KS DL, or the license which you're eligible
for. The only test usually required is an eye
test, but the DMV reserves the right to
or deny any license applicant. Some
examples of extra testing or being denied include: A MEDICAL OR PHYSICAL
condition, a PASSPORT issue (International Students must have
have an acceptable passport & it must have 60 days left
on it & they must hold an I-20), or if the student has
FAILED DMV TESTING several times, etc...
-MIKE JOHNSON (OWNER, WICHITA DRIVING SCHOOL)
to WDS Study
Guide Version 1 (#26-66) for
the 100 question academic final. You must
receive an 85% or more on the final to pass the academic
to use your Kansas Driving
Handbook to complete page
forget to study the emergencies-hazards- natural law
page and to complete the 25 road signs that are on the
100 question final is CLOSED
26. Identify Predict Decide Execute
27. The car on the right.
28. Driver Error
29. 3 sec, 4-5 sec, 8 sec and cut speed in 1/2 on snow/Ice
30. On-coming Traffic
31. 100 feet
33. Children, pedestrians, walker, joggers, people in cars as
door can open,
cars can back up, or pull onto the road.
35. Carbon Monoxide
36. Summer Ice
37. Tire, cover
38. 45 mph, whatever it takes within reason
39. right lane, It has concrete dividers, there are fewer
exits and on-ramps, and it is usually well maintained,
40. yellow, single
41. Increase, Dusk and Dawn
42. Passing, necessary
43. Escape Route
45. Brakes, thousand
46. Heavy fog, smoke, or it's snowing so hard you can't see,
When it is raining so hard you can't see.
47. Cruise Control
48. Auto crashes or collisions - 43,000
49. .08, .02, time
50. Depressant, Blood Alcohol Level
52. Road Rage
53. Highway Hypnosis
55. When you can see the headlights (and maybe some pavement)
of the car you just passed.
56. In residential areas, school zones not activated,
rain or fog, construction zones, Eastborough, rural areas at
night, in extreme wind, on curves or when approaching a
flashing yellow light. Remember to go 10 mph under on
gravel roads! If you have to drive in snow or ice, go 1/2
the speed limit and have an 8 second following distance.
61. Yes. Stop at the red light, and if it is clear (from the
left and the middle)
...you can than proceed. Never take a chance on a
right-on-red, because you will always get the ticket in
the event of a collision, and besides, you would have had the
green light in a couple of seconds anyway!
64. Centrifugal Force
65. Energy in Motion
66. Center of Gravity