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DMV Now Self Service Terminals Expand to Retail Locations in the Bay Area


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September 14, 2017

DMV Now Self Service Terminals Expand to Retail Locations in the Bay Area

Convenient Vehicle Registration Renewal Option Now Available at 14 Grocery Stores

Sacramento – Bay Area customers can now instantly renew their vehicle registration at select grocery stores. DMV Now Self-Service Terminals (SST) are available at the following 14 retail locations. 







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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

Emeryville, 3889 San Pablo Avenue
San Leandro, 555 Floresta Boulevard


The popular self-service terminal is designed for customers who need their vehicle registration card and license plate tag immediately. To complete a transaction, customers will need their vehicle registration renewal notice or their most recent vehicle registration card. The touch screen machine offers instructions in English and Spanish and accepts credit and debit cards.
The kiosk can also be used by customers who have decided not to drive their vehicle and want to file for planned non-operation status.   

The DMV Now SST can also be found at 24 Southern California retail locations, as well as one at the University of California, Irvine. All SSTs located inside grocery store locations are available during regular business hours.

You can use the DMV Now SST locator to instantly find the nearest registration renewal kiosk based on your city or zip code featured on DMV’s homepage.

The DMV Now SST is also available in 60 DMV field office locations. Use the DMV Now interactive map to view all locations.

Since the first DMV Now SST was installed in October 2010, more than six million vehicle registration renewal transactions have been completed using these convenient kiosks. To see how to renew your vehicle registration with the DMV Now SST, check out this video:


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