Driving on the roadways of Kansas is something that residents of this great state do on a daily basis. For the privilege of driving on these roadways, a resident will have to pay their fair share of taxes. Among the most common things that you will need to do in order to drive legally on the roads of Kansas is to register your vehicle with the Kansas Department of Revenue. Every year, you will need to renew this registration. Luckily, the state of Kansas will send you out a notice in order to make sure you know when it is due. The following things will be included on that notice:

  • The renewal fee that you will have to pay
  • The information regarding your vehicle
  • The PIN that is needed for online registration
  • Any tickets that you may have outstanding with the state

Renew in person

If you do not get a renewal notice or you are still paying on the vehicle, the only way you will be able to renew is in person. Here is what you will need to have once you go to the country treasurer’s office:

  • The renewal notice if you have it
  • The current registration that you have for the vehicle
  • Proof of car insurance
  • The payment for the fees that you have

Renewing your registration online

If you are looking for a higher level of convenience when it comes to renewing your registration, then you will need to go online. Here is how you can handle this process online:

  • Go to DOR KSWebTags Page
  • Enter the PIN number that is on your notice
  • Put in the year model of the car
  • Enter the payment information
  • Give the website your telephone number
  • Print the confirmation for your records

Renew by mail

In some instances, a person will want to use the mail to handle their renewal. The following are some of the things that you will need to do to use the mail in renewal option:

  • Ensure everything on the renewal notice is accurate
  • Make a check or money order out for the amount owed
  • Make a copy of your insurance cards
  • The address that you will need to send this to will be on your notice

Renewal fees

The fees that you will have to pay for registration renewal are based on the following factors:

  • The type of vehicle
  • The year model the vehicle is
  • The type of license plate that you have
  • The local fees in your county

To find out more about this process, go to the Kansas DMV website.

This article originally appeared on YourMechanic.com as How to Renew Your Car Registration in Kansas and was authored by Valerie Johnston.


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