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For more information you can visit the www.truckingks.org website to obtain a list of county offices that are offering this service.For additional information you can contact the Commercial Motor Vehicle Office at 785.296.6541 or Trooper Turner at 785-296-7189 or Sublette office contact Karen at 620.675.2265.Any vehicle registered as church, school, or farm exempt will NOT need to register IRP.For online registration click Online DOT registration
TO REGISTER FOR A NEW, PREVIOUSLY UNTITLED VEHICLE(S):Physical proof of insurance is required, such as a card issued by an insurance company, a policy of insurance, or a 30-day binder of insurance. The title or manufacturer's statement of origin, the odometer disclosure statement from the dealership, and sales tax receipt if purchased at a Kansas dealership. If purchased outside of Kansas, bring the title and a bill of sale or sales contract. With an out-of-state title, the vehicle will need to be inspected. If you bring the manufacturer's statement of origin for either an in-state or out-of-state purchase, no inspection is required.
IF PURCHASING A VEHICLE FROM AN INDIVIDUALFrom either within Kansas or out of state, you will need a notarized bill of sale (available through tag office or Sewardcountyks.org website) that lists the following:Seller's name and address, printedBuyer's name and address, printedYear, make, and model of vehicleVehicle ID numbersPurchase price Release of lien (if lien is showing on the front of title)Date of saleand the actual paper title signed over to the new purchaser and proof of insurance ( Insurance Card or Digital )
TO REGISTER A USED AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE, MOTORIZED BICYCLE, ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILE, OR TRAILER WITH A KANSAS TITLE of more than 2,000 pounds gross weight, you will need the proof of insurance (except on motorized bicycles); a properly signed title which shows the new owners name; current mileage, a bill of sale (if older title w/o purchase price on back of title), a sales tax receipt ( if purchased from a Kansas dealer), and a release of lien ( if lien is showing on the front of the title).
IF TRANSFERRING A TAGA car that has been sold, traded, totaled, or repossessed you will need the registration receipt from the previous vehicle (if you don't have one, a duplicate will be printed for $1 and the same name must be on the old and new title) to receive credit. If you transfer from a truck to a car, you must return the truck tag. Bring in the truck tag to swap with a new car tag (no extra cost). If you go from a car to a truck, you will use the same tag with additional stickers provided at the time of transaction. If the lien holder is holding your title, contact your lien holder for a front and back copy of the title to be faxed at the Liberal Police Department in Liberal. All tags must be transferred within 60 days of the sale and/or purchase date (after that a $1 per month on renewals and $3 per month on titles will be charged)
IF YOU MOVE FROM ANOTHER STATE YOU HAVE 90 DAYS FROM YOUR ARRIVAL DATE IN WHICH TO REGISTER YOUR CARYour vehicle will need a Kansas inspection (Inspection phone number 620.626.0141)Proof of insurance and the title (faxed out-of-state title)
RENEWING VEHICLE REGISTRATION(S):Physical proof of insurance is required, such as a card issued by insurance company, a policy of insurance, or a 30-day binder of insurance.You will be asked for a Kansas Driver's License or Kansas ID (not required)Old registration(s) or tag number(s) will be appreciated
REFUNDSTo receive a prorated refund for a tag from a vehicle that was sold but not replaced by another one, bring the license plate, current registration receipt, name of the purchaser of the vehicle, if you don't have your registration a 50 cent fee will be charged for a duplicate registration. In addition, individuals must present their Social Security number. Businesses must give their federal ID number.
HELPFUL INFORMATION:Kansas Department of RevenueDivision of Motor Vehicle Title and Registration915 SW HarrisonTopeka, KS 66626785.296.3621fax 785.296.3852
On-Line Renewal Systemwww.kswebtags.org or telephone866.457.8247
Seward County Treasurer's Office515 N Washington, Suite 102Liberal, KS 67901620.626.3215fax 620.626.3306
Motor Vehicle Inspections MVE-1Liberal Police Department325 N Washington AveLiberal, KS 67901620.626.0141
Motor Carrier Srvcs BureauDocking State Office Building915 SW Harrison Rm 150Topeka, KS 66612785.296.6541fax 785.296.6548 or Weight Station East of Liberal 620.624.4431
Driver's License Dept (Seward County DMV)615 N Kansas AveLiberal, KS 67901620.626.8727
If you received a traffic ticket from a Liberal Police Officer, you would need to call Municipal Court at (620) 626-0143
Call the Business Office at (620) 624-3743 for available dates.
No items should be attached to walls without permission of the Director.
No Fog, Smoke, Vapor/Dust/Cloud emitting machines are permitted in the Event Center Main Hall for any event including Dances and Concerts. The vapors may cause the Fire Alarm System/Sprinklers to be activated.
Smoking is prohibited in all Facilities owned, or leased by Seward County, including, but not limited to Offices, Hallways/Lobbies, Restrooms, Meeting Rooms, Grandstands, Main Hall(s), and all Community areas.
If you are building a new structure, you must have a copy of your building permit when you come in to get an address.
For more information, call the Seward County Landfill at (620) 626-3266.
Restlawn 2nd addition spaces are $350. Space size is 5' wide x 12' long. Upright monuments are allowed in this addition with specific guidelines.Garden of the Shepherds, Cross, Star and Angles.
Please allow 5 - 7 days after the accident for the processing of your accident forms request.
Visitation is permitted according to the schedule outlined below. Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls but may receive mail. The Seward County Jail mailing address is 501 North Washington, Liberal, KS 67901. Contact the receptionist at (620) 309-2000 for visitation rules.