Shoppers in the Redding community can add vehicle registration to their grocery list with the installation of the new DMV Now Kiosk at the FoodMaxx located at 1330 Churn Creek Road.
FoodMaxx hosted a special ribbon cutting to celebrate the installment of the kiosk. Of the 364 kiosks across the state, the DMV Now at the Redding FoodMaxx is the northern-most kiosk at a grocery store.
With just a few taps on the screen, customers can use the kiosk to pay their vehicle registration renewal and receive their new registration card and license plate sticker immediately. They also can file for planned nonoperation status, submit or remove an affidavit of non-use, submit proof of insurance, and pay a $14 vehicle registration suspension reinstatement fee. To conduct a transaction, customers need their registration renewal notice, most recent registration card or vehicle insurance program letter.
The Redding FoodMaxx kiosk – one of six at FoodMaxx and Save Mart locations in Northern California – accepts credit and debit cards (2.1 percent service fee for card transactions). Instructions are offered in English and Spanish, with 10 more languages scheduled to be added in the near future.