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Are you ready to
add Wildcat pride to your ride? September is Drive with Pride awareness
Anyone can purchase a K-State
license plate for their
work vehicle, personal vehicle or even an RV. K-State
plates are available in Kansas, Texas and Maryland.K-State
license plates help support K-State
tax-deductible royalties paid on K-State
License Plates have raised
$2 million for student scholarships and recognition of achievements.
Since February, buying and renewing the K-State
license plate is
easier than ever. When purchasing or renewing your K-State
Kansas county treasurers directly accept the $50 donation to the
Alumni Association and $5 processing fee, in conjunction
with paying your annual state tags and taxes.
for more information. The program
is sponsored by KansasStateCars.com
questions about K-State license plates• How do I
get a tag?
New tags can be purchased in your county treasurer office. At
the treasurer's office, you will pay an annual tax-deductible donation of $50
plus a $5 processing fee to the K-State
Alumni Association, a
one-time production charge of $50.50, plus your annual tags and taxes.
Production charge is subject to change.• When should I order my
You may order a tag at any time. However, to avoid paying the
annual donation twice in one year, the best time to purchase a tag is during
your annual tag renewal process.• Who can purchase a plate?
Any Kansas resident with a car or truck registered in the state of Kansas. The
vehicle weight limit is 20,000 pounds. Residents of Maryland
also can drive with pride.
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• What does the annual $50
donation go toward?
Funds from the License Plate Program help provide
scholarships and recognition for K-State
students. Since the
program began in 1996, alumni, fans and friends of K-State
raised $2 million.• How are tag numbers assigned?
have numbers that are assigned on a random basis. Personalization of the
Powercat plates is not an option.
Coming in 2014!
plates will soon be
available! Sign up to be the first to find out more at www.k-state.com/motorcycles.