CHARLESTON, W.Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DMV Commissioner Pat Reed announced today that the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles is expanding their kiosk program availability with two more locations-the Barboursville Kroger on Route 60, and the Scott Depot Kroger on Great Teays Boulevard.
In two separate ribbon-cutting ceremonies, one at each location, Commissioner Reed and staff from DMV Headquarters, as well as West Virginia Interactive, local business owners, members of the Chamber of Commerce, and legislative representatives, expressed their appreciation to both Kroger for their partnership, and Intellectual Technology, Inc., for providing the DMV NOW kiosks. Additionally, Commissioner Reed explained how the kiosks benefit customers by helping them “Skip the Line” at local DMV Regional Offices by performing some of DMV’s most popular transactions quickly and efficiently.
“These kiosks will help you renew your driver’s license and vehicle registration in just minutes,” she said, while reminding customers to bring their current tax receipt and vehicle registration card for the vehicle renewal service. Driver’s license renewal requires the current driver’s license.
According to Reed, “Customers that have any changes to their license or registration will need to visit their local DMV Regional Office; however, if no changes are needed, we’d love to have you come by the kiosk and try it out!”
Other locations across the state include:
- The Little General in Barboursville
- Kroger at Beckley Crossing in Beckley
- Sheetz on Eisenhower Drive in Beckley
- Kanawha City DMV Regional Office
- Martinsburg DMV Regional Office
- Kroger on Emily Drive in Clarksburg
- Sheetz on Stoneybrook Road in Clarksburg
- Sheetz in Star City on Monongahela Blvd
- Sheetz in Wheeling on National Road
DMV will continue to add services to the kiosks, including an additional opening soon at the Kroger’s in Morgantown on Suncrest Town Centre Dr, and the online services portal, to decrease wait times in the Regional Offices, and provide the best customer service to those who have more difficult or time-consuming transactions.
The kiosk program was developed at no cost to West Virginia taxpayers and was created by the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles in partnership with WV.gov. For more information, please contact the WV DMV at 1-800-642-9066, or visit the DMV website at dmv.wv.gov.
WV.gov is the official website of the state of West Virginia (http://www.wv.gov) and is the result of an innovative public-private partnership between the state and West Virginia Interactive. West Virginia Interactive works with state and local government agencies to build and manage interactive online services and is a subsidiary of digital government firm NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV).
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