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Salvage inspections are only performed at Kansas Highway Patrol VIN Inspection Stations. The most common items you will need are:
If used replacement parts are used during the repairs, you will be required to provide the VIN number of the donor vehicle (vehicle parts were taken from) for each part used during the repair. Bring your vehicle and all associated documents to your nearest Kansas Highway Patrol MVE/VIN inspection station for an inspection.
Yes. Before a rebuilt salvage inspection is completed, the vehicle will need to be repaired. If you have an owner retained salvage vehicle (with cosmetic damage only) in need of a rebuilt salvage title, we recommend you call the nearest Kansas Highway Patrol MVE/VIN inspection station for further guidance.
A cracked windshield will not prohibit the MVE/VIN inspection process from being completed.
No. The VIN is required to to be visible through the windshield.
The State of Kansas does not require emissions testing.