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By | April 27, 2020
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DMV Kiosk Oahu Hawaii for Vehicle Registration Self-Service

Full article at Star Advertiser Apr2020 – New self-service DMV kiosks for motor vehicle registration were deployed at Safeway store locations throughout Oahu. Foodland now has its first kiosk.

Another self-service DMV kiosk to renew motor vehicle registrations is now available inside the Foodland Super Market at Waipio Shopping Center, city officials announced Wednesday.

It is the first kiosk the city has deployed in Waipahu as part of ongoing efforts to shorten lines at satellite city halls. It is also the first kiosk installed inside a Foodland store.

With the new addition, the city now offers a total of six self-service kiosks, with the others located at select Safeway stores on Oahu. Most, but not all, are open 24 hours, seven days a week.

How to use the DMV kiosk

The machines can process and print vehicle registration cards and emblems in a matter of minutes, accepting renewals up to 10 months past the expiration date. Residents can also renew vehicle registrations online or by mail, but those options require a 10-to-15 day wait before the materials arrive in the mail.

March 4, 2020 —¬†Since their debut last February, the city says the kiosks have processed and printed more than 36,500 vehicle registration cards and emblems.

‚ÄúThe self-service retail technology is one of the many ways we are working to improve how our residents access basic government services,‚ÄĚ said Sheri Kajiwara, director of the city‚Äôs Department of Customer Services, in a news release.

Read full article at Star Advertiser Apr2020

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