No Permits or Deposit Required
Saturday's Registration 7 A.M.
Class 8 A.M. to 12 Noon
Thursday Evenings Registration 3:30
Class 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. - Now Open
Customers are encouraged to come by the office and pre-register Monday thru Friday from 10 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
4th of July Classroom Hours
Covid - 19 Rules
Bi-State Classroom and Driving Programs
Since the CDC, States and cities have lifted most of the Covid protocol's.
*Several people have had the vaccine shots.
*We still choose to pre-screen students and require temperature checks, wear masks in both portions of the program.
*We are still cleaning our office, classrooms and cars between students. We are cleaning the materials and equipment that our instructors/students use.
*We are doing this since everyone is still in small contained areas.
*Please be patient with us as we still work to supply protocol's to keep our instructors, students and everyone safe.
*Since no one can pinpoint exactly when someone is exposed to the Virus --
Bi- State cannot be held responsible for these uncontrollably issues and will do our best to keep our customers safe.
Thank You, Bi State
Thursday Evening 3:30 - 8:00 P.M.
Open - July 1 and 8th
Saturday 7 A.M. - Noon July 3 - Closed
July 10th - Open
Students paying with Debit or Credit cards - may pre-pay over the phone or day of class.
Cash paying students may pay the day of class or pre-register in the office.
Kansas State Certified Program
Bi-State Driving school State Certified Program includes 2/4 hour classroom sessions and 3/2 hour driving lessons.
The program includes a temporary permit once the student passes their permit test, permits are not necessary to start the program.
Kansas Laws require driving schools to give a permit test as part of their programs. When student finish the classroom portions they will schedule 3 driving lessons.
The student will have a final test during the last 20 minutes of the final lesson.
If the student passes both portions of the program they will receive a certificate of completion to take to the Department of Motor Vehicles along with your personal information and obtain the appropriate license per age.
Missouri Full Program
Missouri residents are required per State laws may take the full program - following changes are required.
Students must be 16 years old and have a valid permit
Required to take their written and driving test at the Missouri Department of Motor Vehicles.
Required to meet at our Overland Park, KS office for both classroom/driving portions of the program.
What will I need to bring to class
Students are required by law to take an eye test as part of the full program, if a student wears contacts or glasses you are required to bring them to your first class so we can obtain your eye test.
Students with a driving permit - current or expired will need to bring it at the time of registration. Bi-State enters your K number to keep it the same with the State and helps students avoid problems at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Students 14 to 16 years old looking to obtain your restricted license are required to have a plastic permit for one full year. If you do not have a permit then Bi-State will issue a paper temporary permit once you pass our permit test.
Since the Department of Motor Vehicles is the only one who can issue a plastic permit, students will take the Bi-State issued temporary permit to them and have it changed to plastic. - This is when the full year begins.
Students who have never had a permit will be required to take their permit test with Bi-State or the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Students are not required to have a permit to join our State Certified Full Program; they must have a valid permit to drive any motor vehicle.
According to Kansas State law, students that would like to join class will be required to have one of the following documents.
Students will need to bring one of the following proofs of ID - a birth certificate, passport, I-94 or green card.
Individual behind the wheel lesson/lessons require payment at the time that you book your experience.
Students that take the Full Program will not be able to drive until paid in full.
Students that are wanting to take the full program and have taken the permit test and failed, the law only allows a student to take the test 3 times. If a student fails 4 times, must wait 6 months to test again or join a school program.
Drive Times M-F 7 A.M. until 8 P.M. Saturdays 7 A.M.
We are now using a new program to make it easier for our students to get the driving portion of the program done faster and no mistakes.
The students, parent or guardian will now call our office, and we will enter them into our system, and the system generates both an email and text message that will convey to the student and our instructor when the lesson is. Plus the day of the teaching it also regenerates a text message to remind the student of the appointment. We think this should help avoid confusion as to when the student is to have their lesson and the time.
Sometimes in our busy lives, we forget things, and we are hoping this will be a benefit to our students and families. We
have added this to avoid additional cost if students or their parent will give us 24 hours prior notice. Bi-State finds this also
helps our staff, so they do not go to students homes, and we can help other students get through the program faster.
Click picture below to see winter tips from Fleet Corp for tips.
10 Winter Safety Tips
Kansas and Missouri both have laws against texting and driving.
Motor distractions cause more deaths than drunk drivers. So please buckle up and don't text while driving.
CASH CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ONLY
Bi-State Driving School Inc. 8600 W 95th Street, Suite #1001 Overland Park, Kansas 66212
Phone: Kansas or Missouri (913) 648-3452 or (913) 649-2740 Email:
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Bi-State Driving School 8600 N 95th St. Suite #1001 Overland Park, KS. 66212 (913) 648-3452