Wichita, Kansas 2021-06-11 11:00:24 –
Topeka, Kansas (KSNW) – Kansas must have an expired driver’s license or ID between March 12, 2020 and March 30, 2021 by June 30. You will need to update these credentials. This is because the COVID-19 extensions of these credentials expire with the passage of Senate Bill 127.
In April, the Kansas Department of Revenue Vehicle Department did not renew its license or ID and sent more than 55,700 postcards to Kansas, which is affected by the deadline. As of June 1, 45,000 Kansas still need to renew their credentials.
“In addition to ending the COVID-19 extension for expired credentials, the law has expanded the age range for mobile renewals,” said David Harper, director of the vehicle division. “Summer is usually a busy time for offices as teenage drivers come for the first time, so we strongly recommend using iKan, the ministry’s online driver’s license renewal system.”
Mobile renewals are open to Kansas, aged 21-64 years and have undergone a vision test within the past year, and the license is up to one year before and after the expiration date.
The online platform is available at the following URL: https://ikan.ks.gov/ Alternatively, download the iKan app from the Apple App or Google Play Store on your mobile device.
Less than a month left to renew Kansas driver’s licenses or ID cards that expired March 2020 to March 2021 Source link Less than a month left to renew Kansas driver’s licenses or ID cards that expired March 2020 to March 2021