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Show your SOKS pride with an official Kansas specialty license plate!

Now available in all 105 counties in Kansas!

Head to your local county treasurer’s office with your driver’s license, current license plate, and current vehicle registration and request your Special Olympics Kansas license plate today!

Drive with pride

Show your SOKS pride with a distinctive Special Olympics Kansas license plate on your vehicle!

Any Kansas resident can receive an SOKS plate.

A $40 contribution to Special Olympics Kansas is required when you purchase or renew an SOKS license plate. The contribution helps support athlete programs including sports training and competitions, athlete leadership programs, health and wellness programs and so much more!

The state of Kansas has changed to a new digital printing system for license plates. You’ll receive a temporary tag when you purchase a plate, and the new SOKS plate will be mailed to you.

Kansas county treasurers are authorized to accept the $40 contribution when you pay your annual state tag fees and vehicle taxes.


Frequently Asked Questions for Purchasing or Renewing a SOKS License Plate

Who is eligible for a SOKS license plate?

Anyone who loves SOKS! You do not have to be an athlete or family member in order to put a SOKS license plate on your car. Any Kansas resident can receive the SOKS plate.

How do I obtain a new SOKS license plate?

Purchase a new SOKS license plate in person at your county treasurer’s office. In addition to a $40annual tax-deductible contribution to the Special Olympics Kansas and your normal state tag fees and vehicle taxes, a one-time special plate issuance fee of $45.50 to manufacture the plate is assessed.

The treasurer’s office will issue a 30-day temporary tag for you to use until your permanent license plate is mailed.

How do I renew SOKS license plate?

  1. You will receive your annual vehicle tag and tax statement from the State of Kansas.
  2. The vehicle tag and tax statement will include the $40 annual contribution required to maintain your SOKS license plate(s).
  3. You have the option of renewing your SOKS license plate(s) in person at your county treasurer’s office, by mail to your county treasurer, or on-line via the State’s website at www.kswebtags.org.
  4. Renewal can occur in a single transaction.

What vehicles qualify for a SOKS license tag?

Applicants must be Kansas residents who own passenger vehicles or light trucks that are registered for weight of 20,000 lbs. or less.

When should I purchase a plate?

You may purchase a SOKS license plate at any time. However, to avoid paying a contribution twice in one year, the best time to purchase a plate is during your annual tag renewal process.

Can I request a special name or number?

The Kansas legislation authorizing SOKS plates does not provide for personalization of tags with words or phrases. Tag numbers are randomly issued.

What is the renewal schedule?

Kansans renew their license plates during certain months that are assigned according to the first letter of last names. However, you may register for a new SOKS license plate at any time during the calendar year.

How do I transfer my license plate to another vehicle?

If you purchase or lease a different vehicle, your SOKS license plate may be transferred to your new vehicle in most cases.  Transfers are handled directly at your country treasurer’s office.

When will I receive a receipt for my license plate contribution?

Your license plate donation is 100% tax deductible as a charitable contribution. Contact the Special Olympics Kansas headquarters office for a donation receipt. Once SOKS headquarters receives confirmation of your plate purchase from the state a donation receipt can be issued to you.

How do you use my license plate contribution?

Proceeds from the Special Olympics Kansas License Plate program will help fund athlete programs throughout the state including, but not limited to, sports training and competition, coaching education, athlete leadership programs, healthy athlete screenings, health and wellness programs, and young athlete programs.