Kansans can go back to motor vehicle offices
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansans who had to wait a week to conduct business at Department of Motor Vehicle offices can get back in line.
The offices will reopen across the state Tuesday, after being closed for a week while a new computer system was installed.
The Kansas Department of Revenue is asking for patience from residents, saying employees will need time to adapt to the new $4 million computer system.
The department says the new computer system will make filing paperwork more efficient and cost effective.