|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||March 19, 2013|
ELKO – Nevada’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has opened a self-service kiosk in the Elko Albertson’s (2582 Idaho Street), supplementing DMV services available for Elko area residents.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new kiosk is scheduled for Friday, March 22 at 1 p.m. at Albertson’s. Elko Mayor Chris Johnson and representatives from Albertson’s, DMV and DMV vendor Intellectual Technology Inc. (ITI) will be in attendance.
“We are thrilled and excited about offering the new DMV kiosk in our store. It will be a great attribute to our store. We are glad to be of service to Elko and members of the community and hope they enjoy the convenience it provides,” said Karl Moorehead, manager of the Elko store.
“The DMV kiosks, in addition to our services available online, are designed to minimize the times customers have to come to our offices,” said Troy Dillard, DMV director.
Customers using the self-service kiosks will be able to renew and reinstate vehicle registrations, renew and reinstate driver’s licenses, renew identification cards, obtain duplicate driver’s licenses and obtain driver history reports. There is a $3 processing fee for registration renewals and a $1 fee for all other transactions.
Nevada DMV now has 46 self-service kiosks across the state in DMV offices and partner locations. DMV started the kiosk program in 2003 and now conducts more than 500,000 transactions per year at the kiosks.
Partner locations include Albertson’s, Scolari’s, AAA, University of Nevada Las Vegas and the University of Nevada Reno. DMV has 28 partner locations.
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