If you’ve been convicted of a DUI (drunk driving offense) in Kansas, your license may be suspended or revoked. Before you are eligible to receive your restricted license, you may need to complete/obtain the following:
- Alcohol Evaluation
- Treatment Program
- SR-22 Insurance
- Ignition Interlock Device
You’ll receive a letter from the Kansas DMV following your conviction that will outline your ignition interlock requirement. This letter serves as your license following your ignition interlock installation so it’s important to keep it in your vehicle.
Ignition interlock devices in Kansas
If you’ve been convicted of a drunk driving offense in Kansas, even a first offense, you are required to install an ignition interlock device.
Find a Kansas ignition interlock device (car breathalyzer) installation location and schedule your installation at a state certified location near your home or work.
More Kansas DUI process resources
Approved State Vendor List
DUI/DWI Cost in Kansas