Kansas Driver’s License Renewal

KS residents have several ways to renew their license or ID card. You can renew:

  • Online.
  • In person.

Only drivers between 21 and 50 years old can renew their licenses online. How long your license is valid depends on your age:

  • Under 65: Valid 6 years.
  • 65 or older: Valid 4 years.

Renew KS License Online

To renew your ID or driver’s license online, you must:

  1. Visit the iKan online portal.
  2. Login to your iKan account. If you do not have an account, you can create one using your email address.
  3. Follow the instructions to renew your license. You may be asked to provide your:
    • License or ID number.
    • Address.
    • Payment information.

Renew Your Kansas License in Person

If you prefer or are required to renew your license in person, consider making an appointment beforehand. At your local licensing office you must provide: 

  • Your current photo ID or license. If you lost your current identification, you must follow the instructions for replacing your ID.
  • Proof of KS residency. This may include your:
    • Renewal notice (received in the mail).
    • Rental or lease agreement.
    • W-2 or 1099 tax form.
  • Medical certification for commercial drivers license (CDL) holders only.
  • Payment for the applicable fee.

KS License Renewal Fees

  • Non-driver ID renewal: $22.
  • Non-driver ID renewal (disabled or senior): $18.
  • Standard A or B license: $32
  • Standard A or B license for seniors: $24.
  • Standard A or B license for seniors with “M” endorsement: $33.
  • CDL renewal: $26.
  • CDL renewal with “M” endorsement: $35.