The Kroger store in north Macon has been selected as the only one in Middle Georgia to get a kiosk for vehicle tag renewals.
The grocery chain is installing Georgia Motor Vehicle Division self-service kiosks in nine stores throughout Georgia, including the Kroger at 220 Tom Hill Blvd. according to a news release. The kiosks will give vehicle owners in the counties where the kiosks are located a convenient option of renewing their vehicle tags on weekends or after hours.
Bibb County residents will be able to scan their driver’s license, pay the fee by credit or debit card and print their registration card and decal at the kiosks, the release said. Instructions and voice prompts will be available in English and Spanish.
The process takes about 2 minutes, and there may be a fee for using the kiosks, according to the Georgia Department of Revenue website. For a list of participating counties and more information, go to http://dor.georgia.gov/mvd-self-service-centers.