DMV kiosk – BMV kiosk draws curious to Westerville supermarket

By | April 7, 2015

The state’s first vehicle-registration self-service kiosk is proving quite a draw at a Westerville grocery store. Merritt Kimball of Worthington recently drove to Marc’s supermarket, 111 Huber Village Blvd., to sample the machine.


Kiosk users just swipe their driver’s license and credit card. The machine then provides registration stickers.

A total of nine self-service kiosks are planned as part of a statewide one-year pilot program allowing motorists to renew vehicle registrations and obtain license-plate stickers without having to stand in line at BMV offices.

Author: Kiosk Industry

Kiosk manufacturer experience since 1993. Engineer for Verizon Bill Pay kiosks while at KIS in Colorado. Extensive device knowledge for printers, scanners, currency, PCI, ADA, touch screen technology, outdoor, biometrics such as fingerprint and IRIS. Runs and manages the current kiosk association, KMA. Works with U.S. Access Board on ADA and accessibility. PCI SSC participating organization. Member of National Retail Federation (NRF) and National Restaurant Association.