Saturdays - 7:00 A.M. to Noon
Bi-State Driving School is a year-round drivers education school
where we have classes every Saturday morning unless it falls on a Holiday.
Thursday night class 4:00 to 8:00 P.M - Closed
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 consist of a temporary permit once the student passes the permit test. Then the student will receive individual driving lessons going over what the student has learned during the program.
Missouri Full Program
Missouri residents wanting to take Bi-State driving schools full program must follow the following laws to join
Students that would like to visit our Missouri full program are required by law to be at least 16 years of age and have a valid permit before we can register them for the classroom portion of the program.
Missouri State laws mandate that residents from Missouri must still take their written and driving test
at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
State law also requires MO residents to meet at our Overland Park, KS office location for both the classroom and driving portions of the program.
Students paying with Debit or Credit cards require payments must be paid over the phone or in our office the day of class.
Cash paying students are required to come to our office and preregister to hold a seat.
Students that have preregistered for the class please make sure to bring your required document to class.
Please see the list of materials below.
10 Winter Safety Tips
Click picture below to see winter tips from Fleet Corp for tips.
Guaranteed seat/seats for classroom or individual behind the wheel lesson/lessons require payment at the time that you register or book your experience.
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.
Per NEW Kansas state Laws if a student wants to join a driving school and has taken their permit test at the Department of Motor Vehicles can only take the permit test 3 times to be able to join a drivers education school.
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 you can pass your eye test.
Students that already have a driving permit that is current or expired will need to bring it at the time of registration. Bi-State is required to enter your K number so that the student will keep the same number for your future driver's license.
Students 14 to 16 years old looking to obtain your restricted license are required to have a plastic permit for one full year.
The Department of Motor Vehicles is the only one who can issue a plastic permit.
Students who have never has 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 for any drivers training.
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.
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