- Associated Press - Thursday, September 1, 2016

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota transportation officials are planning to test self-service machines for vehicle registration.

The project will feature three terminals within the city of Bismarck for one year. Two terminals will be placed in locations to be determined and one will be located within the customer service area of the state Department of Transportation building.

The 24-hour terminal is a fully automated motor vehicle registration renewal station that will dispense license plate renewal registration cards and motor vehicle tabs.

Transportation Department spokesman Mark Nelson says the terminals would allow citizens to renew their vehicle tabs at their own convenience.

Bismarck business or retail owners interested in providing a location for a motor vehicle registration terminal can review the request-for-site proposal on the department’s website at www.nd.dot.gov .

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