Start Your FREE 2017 KS DMV Permit Practice Test Now

These practice tests are good for the permit test, driver’s license test and the senior citizens’ refresher test. The written part of those tests at all Kansas DMV locations is the same.

The free driver education program for your library is ready and available here: http://lacygnelibrary.driving-tests.org 

What’s included?

Your driver education program contains the following state-specific information:

– 11 car practice tests

– 9 motorcycle practice tests

– 12 CDL (commercial driver’s license) practice tests

– 3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)

 

– A FAQ  section with detailed answers to over 100 DMV-related questions

We’ll automatically update your library program as new practice tests become available.

We now work with over 1,985 libraries in the US, including 6 state libraries. If you need any further assistance, just drop us a line; we’ll be happy to help.

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Adult Summer Reading Winners

Congratulations to the following individuals who won prizes in the Adult summer reading program.
Judy Patterson won the Bed & Breakfast stay at Cedar Crest.
Candy Teagarden won the iPad mini.
Karen Smith won a $150 Amazon card.
Jerry Stanley won the camera bundle.
Lee Eisenhauer won the New Theater Restaurant tickets.

Thanks to all who participated.

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Summer Lunch & Career Tuesday with mentors from KCP&L

This gallery contains 50 photos.

Thanks to Martha and Rayne for coming and sharing with the kids today and encouraging them to study hard, stay in school, and be the best they can be, while telling them about their jobs at KCPL! Thanks for letting the kids try on the helmet, they enjoyed it.

Enjoy our photos from today’s lunch and […]

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We appreciate our VOLUNTEERS (helpers, mentors, program providers, financial supporters)

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Read our August 2017 newsletter online

August 2017 newsletter

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