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Kansas Division of Vehicles

The Division of Vehicles is responsible for issuing identification cards and driver’s licenses in Kansas. The division has the responsibility of issuing these documents to all residents of Kansas.

The Division is also responsible for regulating motor vehicle dealers, manufacturers, distributors, and other motor vehicle-related businesses. They also regulate the inspection and certification process for vehicles and trailers, as well as licensing drivers and vehicles.

The process to register a vehicle in the Kansas Division of Vehicles is quite simple. The first step is to visit the site and choose the type of vehicle you want to register. The next step is to provide your contact information and vehicle information like make, model, year, and VIN number. You will also need to provide your Social Security Number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number so that they can verify your identity. The last step will be submitting payment for the registration fee.

  • Select Vehicle Type
  • Provide Contact Information
  • Provide Vehicle Information
  • Submit Payment

A driver’s license is a document that authorizes the holder to operate a motor vehicle. The term “driver’s license” is often used in American English, but it can also refer to other types of driving permits such as a motorcycle license or a chauffeur’s license.

To obtain a driver’s license in Kansas, you must first take and pass the written exam and then the driving exam.

You will need to provide proof of:

  • Age: 18 years old (16 with parental consent)
  • Identity: Valid government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport)
  • Social Security Number: If your social security number has changed or you don’t have one, you’ll need to fill out an application for a new