Running errands just got a lot easier for people living in some cities across Colorado now that the DMV has renewal sites at some King Soopers stores. The plan is to add even more in the state.
From DenverGazette —
The new Colorado MV Express network by the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles currently has 57 kiosks statewide. Five new kiosks in select Denver grocery stores are augmented by 19 kiosks in bordering counties — Adams, Arapahoe, and Jefferson — and more scattered around the state.
Public kiosk transactions cost $3.95 and transactions at county motor vehicle kiosks cost $3.00, plus the cost of the registration. The kiosks dispense license plate tabs and registration documents, so there’s no waiting.
The kiosks are operated by Intellectual Technology, Inc., a leading provider of DMV software used throughout North America to increase the speed, visibility, and security of motor vehicle transactions, according to a news release.
Nice video on renewing at King Soopers in Colorado.
What is Colorado MV Express?
- DMV Kiosk Payment – Renew your plates away from home(Opens in a new browser tab)
- DMV Kiosk – New DMV Kiosk Oahu(Opens in a new browser tab)
- DMV Kiosk Arapahoe installs kiosk for license plate renewals(Opens in a new browser tab)