License renewal kiosk opens at supermarket

New tech 'delivers services quickly and conveniently'

Posted 2/11/19

What do grocery shopping and renewing a license plate have in common? They are now simultaneously available at King Soopers in Highlands Ranch, thanks to Douglas County's new kiosk feature. The …

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License renewal kiosk opens at supermarket

New tech 'delivers services quickly and conveniently'

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What do grocery shopping and renewing a license plate have in common?

They are now simultaneously available at King Soopers in Highlands Ranch, thanks to Douglas County's new kiosk feature.

The newest Colorado MVExpress self-serve kiosk offers a way to renew registration and license plate tabs at the ease of a touchscreen. The technology is available at the Douglas County Wilcox Building, Park Meadows Center, King Soopers Marketplace in Parker, and now the Highlands Ranch King Soopers, 2205 W. Wildcat Reserve Parkway.

The experience is similar to using an ATM machine, a media release from Douglas County says. Type your license plate number on the screen, or scan the barcode on your renewal postcard, then pay by check, credit or debit card. The machine will conveniently produce your new registration and tabs.

“As part of our ongoing effort to make the motor vehicle customer experience easier for our residents, Douglas County invests in technology that delivers services quickly and conveniently, so our citizens can conduct their business and be on their way,” Merlin Klotz, Douglas County Clerk and Recorder, said in the media release. “The Highlands Ranch King Soopers kiosk is the newest location to make it easy to fit in registration renewals with routine errands.”

Know before you go:

If your vehicle requires an emissions test, complete it at least two business days before using a kiosk.

If you have recently changed or updated your auto insurance, wait four business days before using a kiosk.

The kiosk will be able to renew your license plates up to one year overdue.  If your plates are past one year overdue, visit one of Douglas County's three motor vehicle locations — in Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch and Lone Tree — to renew.

To learn about other online services offered by Douglas County Clerk & Recorder, visit douglas.co.us/online-services/clerk.

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