Who may purchase retired fleet vehicles?
Most vehicles are sold to political subdivisions of Kansas and other states. Pursuant to Kansas statue, the Superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol has the authority to negotiate the sale of retired highway patrol vehicles directly to political subdivisions of Kansas and other states.

Organizations may purchase retired highway patrol cars through State Surplus. Fleet Management can deem a retired vehicle surplus after it has been retired from service for an extended period of time. Sale of vehicle through surplus is rare. Please call 785-368-8701 for more information.

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1. When do these cars become available for purchase by the public?
2. Who may purchase retired fleet vehicles?
3. What are the advantages of purchasing retired Kansas Highway Patrol vehicles?
4. What kind of cars do you usually have available for sale?
5. What colors are available on the police cars?
6. How many miles do you drive your vehicles before they are sold?
7. Can I purchase additional equipment on the vehicle?
8. Do the cars come with a warranty?
9. What is the process to purchase a car?
10. Do the cars have to be picked up in Topeka?