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    Ohio Offers License Plate Renewal in Supermarkets

    Nine kiosks to be placed around the state

    Photo courtesy of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles

    Ohio drivers in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati will now be able to renew their license plates at their local supermarket. The first kiosk opened in suburban Columbus on April 2 and the remaining eight are expected to be up and running within the month. The kiosks are part of a pilot program, BMV4U, and if successful, could expand to other locations and offer more services, according to John Born, director of the Ohio Department of Public Safety.

    The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will not charge any extra fees for using the kiosks, and drivers only need to swipe their driver’s license and credit card to receive their registration stickers.

    The locations that will feature the kiosks include:

    Greater Cleveland

    • Giant Eagle at 2201 Kresge Drive in Amherst
    • Giant Eagle at 14650 Snow Road in Brook Park
    • Marc's at 12650 Rockside Road in Garfield Heights

    Greater Columbus

    • Marc’s at 111 Huber Village Road in Westerville
    • Marc's at 1828 West Henderson Road in Columbus
    • Meijer at 2811 London-Groveport Road in Grove City

    Greater Cincinnati

    • Meijer at 888 Eastgate N. Road in Cincinnati
    • Meijer at 3911 Montgomery Road in Loveland
    • Meijer at 4825 Marburg Ave. in Cincinnati

     

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