Kansas residents are advised by the Kansas Department of Revenue to start renewing their driver’s licenses online, if they have expired.
The deadline for Kansas driver’s licenses and state identification card renewals was extended to June 30 by Gov. Laura Kelly. The executive order, No. 20-70, stated that all must be completed by June 30 or normal late fees will be assessed.
While some driver’s license offices have been closed last year because of COVID-19, the KDOR is currently telling Kansas residents to avoid waiting until the last day of the extension period to renew expired licenses.
Most residents can use the state’s iKan online driver’s license renewal system, according to KDOR. Online renewals can be completed by going to https://ikan.ks.gov.
KDOR has temporarily waived service fees for using iKan, according to an announcement.
Those who are up to age 64 can renew online, according to the governor’s executive order. Those who are younger than age 21 or older than 64 are asked to make an appointment at the driver’s license offices. For more information, see https://www.ksrevenue.org/DOVAppointmentInfo/.
The Kansas City, Kansas, driver’s license office is at 155 S. 18th St. Appointments are requested. Those who have appointments will receive priority.