Car owners in DeKalb County will soon have two more ways to renew their vehicle’s tag through easy-to-use kiosks.
Two self-service kiosks are opening Tuesday, at the Kroger grocery stores at 4498 Chamblee Dunwoody Road in Dunwoody, and at 4919 Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur.
The Georgia Department of Revenue machines allow people to walk up and renew up to 10 vehicle registrations at once.
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Drivers can scan their driver’s license and follow the touch screen prompts; after paying a fee, the new tag will print.
There are already three other self-service kiosks at Krogers in DeKalb.
County Tax Commissioner Irvin J. Johnson is set to attend ribbon-cuttings for the two new machines Tuesday.
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