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Basic items are:
All other paperwork, Possessory Liens, Mechanic Liens, Quiet Titles, Bill of Sale, etc. need to be originals with no erasures, white-outs or alterations.
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Regular Inspections: $20.00
Salvage Inspections: $25.00
Cash, Personal Check, Visa and Mastercard
No. Insurance is not a requirement for the purpose of a MVE/VIN inspection process.
You may use an out-of-state Driver's License.
No, anyone can act as an agent of the owner and bring the vehicle in for inspection.
Contact your lien holder and have them fax the front and back of the title to your nearest inspection station. We recommend you call before coming in to make sure we have received the faxed copy and it is correct.
Click here to find a VIN Inspection location.
You can place your vehicle on a trailer and tow it to the inspection station, or you can purchase a temporary registration/permit at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
No. You will have to make arrangements to have your vehicle towed or trailered to the nearest MVE/VIN inspection station. House calls are conducted on rare occasions at the convenience of the Kansas Highway Patrol and require a supervisor's approval.
Yes. Vehicles will need to be unloaded for the MVE/VIN inspection process.
No. the MVE/VIN inspection form (MVE-1) does not expire however, your title does. Contact your local Department of Motor Vehicle office for guidance regarding your title.
After you have received a completed MVE/VIN inspection form (MVE-1) your next step in the registration or titling process is conducted at your local Department of Motor Vehicles office.