Grocery Store Kiosk For Vehicle Registration Opens In Ohio< < Back to
The first of 9 self-service kiosks intended to make Ohio vehicle registration faster and easier has opened in a supermarket in suburban Columbus with others to follow in southern and northern Ohio over the next few weeks.
The Northeast Ohio Media Group reports that the first kiosk in the pilot project opened Thursday at a Marc’s store in Westerville. The kiosks are intended to allow quick and easy renewal of vehicle registration. Two more in the Columbus area and three each in the Cleveland and Cincinnati areas are scheduled to open within six to eight weeks.
Kiosk users just swipe their driver’s license and credit card. The machine then provides registration stickers.
State officials say a number of states already have similar programs or are considering them.