The DMV touch-screen kiosks can process and print registration renewal certificates, driver history records, and duplicate driver’s licenses.
“Our kiosks have been widely accepted as a great way to conduct your DMV business right in your neighborhood,” said DMV Director Troy Dillard. “Our focus is finding ways to make the vehicle registration and driver’s license process as convenient as possible for our customers,” he added.
According to DMV officials, DMV customers completed 577,771 transactions at kiosks during fiscal year 2014. These are customers who otherwise would have waited in line to be served by a technician. The total number of transactions completed on the DMV website, at kiosks or using other alternate technology topped 1.5 million in that same period.
Kiosks will now be located at the Raley’s on Wedge Parkway and Wingfield Hills Road. Visit Dmvnv.com/kiosk for details.