- Associated Press - Thursday, November 5, 2015

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles says it has finished installing nine self-service kiosks to make it easier for people to renew non-commercial vehicle registrations.

Users can complete renewals using driver’s license information and a debit or credit card or check. The BMV says nearly 3,600 registrations have been processed.

The Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland areas have three terminals each. The first was installed in April at a grocery store in the Columbus suburb of Westerville. The ninth was installed this week at a supermarket in Cincinnati, the second one in that city. Others are in Amherst, Brook Park, Columbus, Garfield Heights, Grove City and Loveland.

Registrar Don Petit says they’re part of the bureau’s effort to makes services available where residents are, without separate trips to BMV locations.

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