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Ohio BMV Experimenting With Self-Serve Vehicle Registration Kiosks

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is working on a pilot program to speed up the registration process.
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Say goodbye to lines at the BMV!  The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is working on a pilot program to speed up the registration process.

The BMV has announced that a self-service terminal debuted at the Marc’s grocery store in Westerville.  The kiosk – part of the BMV4U campaign - will allow customers to renew their registration and receive their sticker in about a minute.  Users just have to swipe their driver’s license and credit card.

The kiosk is part of a one-year pilot program to test the terminals on the public.  The BMV says over the next few months, the terminals will be installed at several other locations across the state, including two others planned around central Ohio at Marc's at 1828 West Henderson Road in Columbus and Meijer at 2811 London-Groveport Road in Grove City.

You can find more information about the program and other terminal locations at the Ohio BMV website.

Photo: Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles