Kiosks to renew vehicle registrations in Georgia opened at three metro Atlanta Kroger stores this week. Photo credit: Georgia Department of Revenue

Car tag renewal kiosks open at 3 metro Atlanta grocery stores

Georgia drivers can get vehicle tags and pay annual registration fees at three kiosks that opened at metro Atlanta Kroger stores this week.

The kiosks give residents a self-service option to instantly print their tags, including stickers for vehicle license plates. Tags can also be renewed online, by mail or at county offices.

The process can take less than one minute, according to the Georgia Department of Revenue. Residents use the kiosks by scanning their Georgia driver’s licenses or their mailed vehicle renewal notices. Vehicle emission inspections are required in metro Atlanta.

The kiosks are located at Kroger stores in DeKalb County at 6678 Covington Highway, in Newton County at 5341 Highway 20 South and in Cobb County at 3240 South Cobb Drive.

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