Self-Service Now Available In Select California DMV Offices
California DMV has made renewing faster and easier for you. The next time you need to renew your driver’s license you can make an appointment online or by giving the office a call. This will save you time and make renewing much easier but it doesn’t stop there. You can schedule an appointment for non-commercial driving tests, I.D. cards, disabled person tag or place card, title change and so much more. Schedule your appointment up to 45 days in advance.
Aside from the California DMV giving you an appointment system they have also given you a registration renewal kiosk. The next time you need to renew your vehicle registration you have the opportunity to mail in, renew online and also be able to use the self-service terminals located in select California DMV office lobbies. This self-service terminal is easy to use with touch screen technology and easy to follow step-by-step instruction. Another chance for you to move quickly through the DMV the next time you need to be there.
The self-service registration renewal terminal allows you to renew your automobile, motorcycle, pickup truck, coach and park trailers and select commercial vehicle registrations. To use the self-service terminal you must be renewing the vehicle stated on the mail out sent to you. All you need to do is bring with you your letter of renewal notice the DMV mailed out to you, it’s an regular sized sheet of paper. This letter will have your renewal number or RIN on the upper left side of the paper. Or if you do not have this letter you may use your current registration card. They have even set the self service terminal up to take payments made by cash, credit card, debit card and even check. For a list of California DMV offices with self-service registration renewal terminals call your local office or look for a list online. The self-service renewal terminals are there to use during the office’s regular business hours and days.
California DMV has made a great number of changes. You have had the opportunity to do a few things online and by mail but with the addition of making appointment for those services you have to do in person are an awesome time saver. Adding the self-service registration renewal terminal is another way for you to get in and get out without having to spend hours at your local California DMV office. Take a few minutes to visit the California Department of Motor Vehicles web page to get all the latest and greatest news and helpful information. While you are there be sure to let them know how they are doing, do you like the improvements and what can they do to help you more.