LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas motorists will soon be able to renew a car registration at the supermarket.
Nevada lawmakers will unveil the first Department of Motor Vehicles kiosk in a Las Vegas supermarket at an Albertsons grocery store Thursday.
The self-service machine allows motorists to print out records and reinstate registrations that have been suspended because of an insurance lapse.
The state already has DMV kiosks at all southern Nevada DMV offices and at five AAA offices in the Las Vegas valley. There are also kiosks at two supermarkets in northern Nevada and at the Fernley City Hall.
The DMV plans to soon add up to 80 new kiosks throughout the state.
DMV customers completed more than 450,000 transactions at kiosks in 2011.
The program started in 2003.
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