Don’t have time to wait out long lines to get your motor vehicle registration renewed? And your fridge is lacking food? The DMV’s got a hack for that.
The Department of Motor Vehicles on Thursday announced customers can now get their breakfast bananas, renew their vehicle registration and buy a Sunday roast all in the same place with 14 new self-service kiosks at grocery stores scattered throughout the Bay Area.
The terminals are designed for practiced procrastinators and consummate multitaskers who need their car or motorcycle or boat registration renewed and license plate tag, like, yesterday. Customers will need some paperwork to seal the deal: a vehicle registration renewal notice or the most recent registration card.
Or, for folks who have decided to go green by eschewing their gas-guzzler for a monthly bus pass, the touch-screen terminals will allow customers to file for non-operation status. And they take credit or debit cards.
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Find a self-service kiosk near you:
- Alameda, 2227 South Shore Center
- Cupertino, 20620 Homestead Road
- El Cerrito, 11450 San Pablo Avenue
- Fremont, 39100 Argonaut Way
- Hayward, 22280 Foothill Boulevard
- Menlo Park, 525 El Camino Real
- Redwood City, 1071 El Camino
- San Francisco, 2300 16th Street
- San Jose, 1300 West San Carlos
- San Jose, 179 Branham Lane
- San Jose, 2980 East Capitol Expressway
- South San Francisco, 2255 Gellert Boulevard
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