Six months after the last DMV kiosk shut down along with Scolari’s, a new one was set up in the Gardnerville Raley’s on Wednesday afternoon.
The kiosk increases the methods Douglas County residents have to renew their registration, print out a driver history record, order a duplicate driver’s license, instruction permit or ID card, reinstate a suspended vehicle registration and process exemptions for registration renewals.
“Our kiosks have been widely accepted as a great way to conduct your DMV business right in your neighborhood,” said DMV Director Troy Dillard. “We are now looking to expand kiosk services to include other governmental business.”
Visit www.dmvnv.com/kiosk for details.
“We’re pleased to partner with the DMV to bring their services to our store,” said Mike Mazza, store team leader for Raley’s. “This will provide an innovative, quick and easy way for the community to get their basic DMV needs met.”
Prior to the Scolari’s store closure last year, the kiosk at that location was handling more than 500 transactions per month.
DMV transations may also be conducted online or with the Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer’s Office.
Douglas County does not share in online and kiosk transaction revenues, but the county receives a portion of those transactions conducted here.
You can also mail them to the county at DMV, P.O. Box 218, Minden, NV, 89423 or use the drop-box in front of the Tahoe Administrative Building or the Historic Minden Courthouse, 1616 Eighth St. The office guarantees a 48-hour turn-around time for renewals.