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What can I mail in or drop off?

To renew your registration by mail you may send a check, money order or cashier’s check in the envelope provided with your renewal notice, along with valid proof of insurance. Applications for lien releases, disabled placards, duplicate or secured titles (with payments) and refunds can be dropped off or mailed to either of our Motor Vehicle Offices for processing.

What if I gift a vehicle to an individual?

If a vehicle is gifted to an individual, the title needs to be assigned to the individual and the Vehicle Gift Certification section of the Affidavit To A Fact needs to be filled out.

What if I buy a vehicle from a relative?

  • If a vehicle is purchased from a family member, a Relationship Affidavit needs to be completed. Depending on the relationship, this may allow sales tax not to be collected on the purchase price of the vehicle at the time of registration.

How do I get a handicapped/disabled placard?

Who should I make my check payable to?

When paying fees, the check can be made payable to Johnson County Motor Vehicle.

What are the convenience fees for paying online, by phone, or by credit card in the office?

  • To view the current credit/debit card and echeck convenience fees for all online payments, please go to https://www.kswebtags.org/
  • If you are paying in person by credit or debit card at either the Olathe or Mission location, the fee will be as follows:
    • 2.4% of total transaction for all card types, with a $3.00 minimum (subject to change).

What payment types are acceptable?

  • When titling and registering, you may pay a registration fee and sales tax on a new or used vehicle, along with personal property taxes.
  • You may pay your tag registration using cash, check (with valid driver's license and daytime phone number), money order, cashier's check, or credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover). There will be a service fee charged by the payment processor for using a credit or debit card.
  • If you are registering more than one vehicle, you may combine to make one payment.

How does the queuing system work?

In addition to getting in line at Motor Vehicle in person, you can also check-in online through our website or check-in by phone. Note: If the estimated wait time exceeds our hours of operation (M-F 7:30 am-4:30 pm), you will not be able to check-in online or by phone until the following business day.

What is the line management, or queuing system?

Both Motor Vehicle locations offer a new line queuing system that offers customers more intuitive options to waiting in line by providing line status updates through cell phone text messages or by receiving automated phone calls on a cell phone or land-line. With this new system, customers will be able to check-in and then they will be free to continue with all of their other daily activities without the hassle and anxiety of waiting at Motor Vehicle. By improving the line management system, Johnson County is looking to provide a more positive customer experience at Motor Vehicle.

Where can I find the Motor Vehicle Tag Offices?

There are currently two office locations for Johnson County residents to process their vehicle registrations/titling. There is one at Mission and at Olathe.