REDDING, Calif. - If you're dreading your next trip to the DMV there is a new service you might want to know about.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has unveiled a new "DMV Now Kiosk" at the Redding FoodMaxx, on 1330 Churn Creek road on Tuesday.
With just a few taps on the screen, customers can use the kiosk to pay for their vehicle registration renewal, receive their new registration card, and license plate stickers immediately.
In addition to registration renewals, customers can also file for planned non-operation status, submit or remove an affidavit of non-use, submit proof of insurance, and pay a $14 vehicle registration suspension reinstatement fee, the DMV said. The kiosk also accepts credit and debit cards.
The kiosk is part of an expansion of 200 across the state within 2019 by the DMV, based on the recommendation of Governor Newsom's DMV Strike Team.
Chico has a DMV Now kiosk located at Safeway on 720 Mangrove Ave.
The DMV did a Facebook live of the ribbon-cutting for the kiosk which happened at 11 this morning:
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