Renewing your Ohio vehicle registration might soon be as easy as a trip to your local supermarket.
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is preparing to test self-service kiosks in supermarkets in Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, according to the Ohio Department of Public Safety.
The machines are part of the agency’s “BMV4U” pilot project set to start in the next six to eight weeks, said DPS Director John Born.
Kiosk users will just need to swipe their driver’s license and credit card, and the machine will spit out vehicle registration stickers, Born said. The BMV won’t charge any additional fee for using the machines, DPS said, though credit-card charges will apply.