Ohio debuts first self-serve BMV kiosk

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(Photo courtesy of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles)

(Photo courtesy of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles)

WESTERVILLE, Ohio- The state’s first self-service terminal Bureau of Motor Vehicles debuted in central Ohio this week.

The Ohio BMV announced the year-long pilot program in February that will put the license-renewal kiosks in grocery stores.

“Now you can skip waiting in line and renew your vehicle registration in 60 seconds,” the BMV posted on Facebook on Thursday. Drivers can simply swipe their driver’s license and credit card, and get their new registration stickers.

The first terminal is at the Marc’s on Huber Village Boulevard in Westerville, but more self-serve kiosks will be installed in Cleveland and Cincinnati over the next few months.

Westerville Square Shopping Center