CHARLESTON, W. Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DMV customers needing to renew their West Virginia driver’s license or vehicle registration may now do so at one of three self-service kiosks in place across the state, with more locations coming soon. Commissioner Pat Reed announced today at the Beckley Sheetz on Eisenhower Drive that the kiosk featured there will help customers “Skip the Line” and conduct two of the DMV’s most popular transactions.
“We are thrilled to offer the citizens of West Virginia quick and efficient transaction opportunities,” said Reed. “The three kiosks, located in Beckley, the Star City Sheetz, and outside the Kanawha City DMV, will help you renew your driver’s license and vehicle registration in just minutes.”
To access the driver’s license renewal process, simply bring your current or expiring driver’s license, renewal form with pin number, and credit card to one of the three kiosk locations. Once at the machine, you will be able to process your transaction in just minutes, and receive a receipt to keep with you until your hard copy comes in the mail. Renewing your vehicle registration card can be even faster. Your decal and registration card are printed immediately at the kiosk.
Customers with driver’s license changes, including name or address change, will still need to visit their local DMV Regional Office for service.
For additional information, please contact the WV DMV at 1-800-642-9066, or visit the DMV website at www.dmv.wv.gov.
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