Kansas Administrative Regulations

Regulation Number:92-51-53
Agency Title: KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Article Title: Titles and Registration
Tax Type:Vehicles
Brief Description:Vehicles exempt from proportional registration.
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92-51-53 Vehicles exempt from apportioned registration. (a) Vehicles that are based in a state with which Kansas has an agreement for apportioned registration and that are owned by an individual engaged in farming and used by the owner to transport agricultural products produced by the owner or commodities purchased by the owner for farm use shall be exempt from apportioned registration.
(b) Motor vehicles based in Missouri that bear ‘‘local’’ Missouri registration shall be exempt from apportioned registration in Kansas if the vehicles are operated not more than 25 miles from the vehicle’s base point in Missouri. Kansas 72-hour truck registration, 30-day truck registration, local registration, and regular registration shall not be applicable for the operation of the vehicle beyond the 25-mile radius. If the owner of the Missouri-based locally registered vehicle desires to operate beyond the 25-mile radius of the vehicle’s base point, Missouri ‘‘beyond local,’’ which is also known as commercial, registration shall be secured.
(c) A commercial motor vehicle based in Missouri that bears Missouri ‘‘beyond local,’’ which is also known as commercial, registration shall be exempt from apportioned registration if the vehicle operation is restricted to any of the following:
(1) The corporate limits and a radius of four miles beyond the corporate limits of Elwood, Kansas, and to and from St. Joseph, Missouri to the St. Joseph municipal airport on U.S. highway 36, with the return trip to Missouri over the same highway;
(2) the corporate limits of Atchison, Kansas on U.S. highway 59, with the return trip to Missouri over the same highway;
(3) the corporate limits of Leavenworth, Kansas, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and the federal penitentiary by entry on Kansas highway 92 and U.S. highway 73, with the return trip to Missouri over the same highways; and
(4) the commercial zone of greater Kansas City as defined by the federal highway administration. (Authorized by K.S.A. 8-1,121; implementing K.S.A. 8-1,101; effective Jan. 1, 1966; amended Jan. 3, 2003.)