Sound Off: License stickers
On a Kansas vehicle license plate, there is a “year” sticker that usually goes under the “month” sticker in the upper right hand corner to show that taxes have been paid for that year. Is it legal to put the year sticker anywhere on the license plate?
Douglas County Treasurer Paula Gilchrist says the state rules and regulations on license plates are clear and do not leave room for “creative stickering.” She notes that K.S.A. 8-134 (e) provides that the Department of Revenue’s director of vehicles, “shall designate the location on a number plate where such decal shall be affixed.” “For more than a decade, the Director of Motor Vehicles has designated the upper right hand corner of the license plate as location for the decal,” Gilchrist said.
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