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Sound Off: I’ve read some recent articles about long wait times at county treasurer offices because of the new computer system. Who is eligible to bypass going in person and filing online?

Anyone who has the same address and same insurance information as the prior year can file online at kswebtags.org.

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April Fleming 1 year, 10 months ago

Website didn't work for me. Got an error message saying that my plate # didn't match my vehicle year, despite that all the information was on the paper they mail you. Decided just to mail in a check and my new plate was at my house within a week. Was not expecting a new plate, just tags, but whatever. Just happy to not have to go wade through that mess.

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Ron Holzwarth 1 year, 10 months ago

I was not able to sign onto the site provided by using either Firefox or AOL, until I went to the question and answer site: www.ksrevenue.org

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And then, by clicking on a couple links on that site, I was able to renew with no trouble at all.

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valgrlku 1 year, 10 months ago

I tried to renew online just this past weekend. When I got to the "payment selection" page and selected my preferred option, I then got an error message on the next page that my browser wasn't supported (they wanted IE 6+ - who the hell still uses that?). This was several pages into the system, mind you.

I tried to log on again using the "correct" browser but then got the error message that my pin was already being used in a renewal and that I had to call to get a new one. I've called that number for a week now (day and night), and all I get is a busy signal. Doesn't quite sound like the system is "fixed." Guess I'll just mail it in!

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