In 1993, the Kansas Legislature established the Kansas Highway Patrol Motor Vehicle Fund to help the Patrol purchase replacement vehicles for its fleet. Today, the fund's solvency depends on revenues collected from a portion of Kansas title fees and proceeds from the sale of retired KHP vehicles. Since the fund's inception, the Kansas Highway Patrol has provided agencies with high-quality, low-mileage patrol vehicles at a fraction of the cost of a new vehicle.
Maintenance logs and a detailed service and inspection report are provided with each car, and maintenance and service schedules follow the manufacturer's warranty guidelines. All vehicles come fully serviced and professionally detailed. Vehicles can be purchased with LED light bars, LED slick top packages, siren systems, and equipment consoles. All police vehicles are well-equipped with less than 50,000 miles. Each officer is issued his/her own vehicle. This has been an excellent way to maximize the life of our patrol vehicles. Let our staff show you how easily your agency can purchase high quality, low-mileage patrol vehicles.
Motorist Assistance Program
Fleet Operations administers the The Motorist Assistance Program, a joint program between the Kansas Highway Patrol and the Kansas Department of Transportation. Motorist Assist Technicians are assigned to high traffic areas in Kansas City, Topeka, Wichita, and Salina. These technicians perform vital services which keep travelers safe by providing traffic control at accident scenes, and helping stranded motorists when their vehicle breaks down.