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Customers in the Los Angeles area can instantly renew their vehicle registration without stepping foot into a DMV field office because DMV Now Self-Service Terminals have been placed in retail locations in Canoga Park, Northridge, Reseda, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Simi Valley, and Tarzana.

The easy-to-use blue and yellow kiosks are available at Albertsons and Vons grocery stores at the following locations:

Albertsons: Saugus: 27631 West Bouquet Canyon Road

Vons: Canoga Park: 8201 Topanga Canyon Boulevard

Northridge: 9119 Reseda Boulevard

Reseda: 19333 Victory Boulevard

Santa Clarita: 16550 West Soledad Canyon Road

Simi Valley: 1855 East Cochran Street

Tarzana: 18439 Ventura Boulevard

“We are always looking for options to provide our customers with alternative and convenient ways to conduct their DMV business,” said DMV Director Jean Shiomoto. “By placing DMV Now Self-Service Terminals in retail locations, we provide customers with another time-saving option.”

The popular self-service terminal is designed for customers who need their vehicle registration card and license plate tag immediately. To conduct 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 card and checks.

The kiosk can also be used by customers who have decided to park their vehicle and want to file for planned non-operation status.

The first external location Self-Service Terminal was installed at the University of California, Irvine on April 10. Two additional terminals were installed in Albertsons locations in Lancaster and Palmdale last month.

DMV Now Self-Service Terminals are also available during regular business hours at 60 DMV field offices. To find a terminal near you: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/fo/fo_sst.

The DMV reminds customers that online services are available 24/7 at www.dmv.ca.gov.

To see how to renew your vehicle registration with the DMV Now SST, check out this video: https://youtu.be/Sw4kHw8zOn4

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18 Comments

  1. Good! Now where is it?

  2. Albertsons: Saugus: 27631 West Bouquet Canyon Road,Santa Clarita: 16550 West Soledad Canyon Road

  3. There is one in Vons at Sand Cyn

  4. Nada Quinn Nada Quinn says:

    Great! The machine will probably be more courteous

  5. We’ve had one in newhall for a while. Renewed registration last year with it

  6. Brett Lahey Brett Lahey says:

    Now serving g4 hahahaha

  7. Kevin Christopherson

  8. Caroline Rubinshtein this is why I called you LOL

  9. Kelly Morford says:

    THIS IS SICKENING!! Is this why DMV fees are raised??
    This WASTE does 2 things… renews regs & files non-ops)
    Registration renewals come 2 FULL MONTHS prior to expiration. For goodness sakes, go to your computers and do these exact ‘DMV’ services from your home! Tags are received within a week.
    Burns me up that we all ‘paid’ for this and it does NOTHING more than what can already be done via the internet. Why are you all applauding this? I’m not getting it?

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