I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to get out of line! The
line at DMV that is. In case you haven’t heard, DMV is making it
easier to get some of your paperwork with them completed by placing kiosks
in your local department stores.
You can view a 26-second video clip about this
How it Works
Be sure to bring a copy of your last issued registration with you or the
receipt you received in the mail from the DMV with you to make it easier
because the letter has the barcode on it and you can just scan it in to
make sure everything is correct. Just scan it, pay, and you’re done.
Many users are reporting it takes about 5 minutes from start to finish.
The amount you will need to pay will depend on the make, model, and year
of your vehicle, but it will be about the same at the kiosk as at the
DMV, just won’t have to stand in line for so long.
You can view a list of participating stores
DMV Online Is Convenient, too!
The State of CA DMV also provides many of the services you require
online, such as:
- Registration renewal
- Mobile home registration renewal
- Transfers or release of liability
- Personalized plates
- Affidavits of use
- Change of address
- Driver’s license or ID card renewal
Motor vehicle driving
- Traffic fine payment
- And, much more
The DMV is trying to make things easier, but you still must make sure your
paperwork is completed on time or face charges of driving without a valid
registration, insurance, or driver’s license. As you are undoubtedly
aware, in CA the traffic fines and penalties are very high, so avoid those
costly penalties by getting the paperwork done early and when you need
legal advice and assistance, call Bigger & Harman.
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