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05/17/2018 10:47 AM

Motor Vehicle renewal kiosks now operating in Fargo and Grand Forks

After a successful year long pilot program in Bismarck, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will continue to implement Motor Vehicle renewal Self Service Terminals (SST) or kiosks in new locations across the state.  The two newest locations are Fargo located at the Stamart Travel Center I-29/Exit 66 West and Grand Forks located at the Stamart Travel Center I-29/Highway 2 Exit 141.

The kiosks are a fully automated motor vehicle registration renewal stations that will dispense license plate renewal registration cards and motor vehicle tabs on the spot.  A vehicle owner can navigate through the easy touch screen (voice assistance available) and will need an invoice number from your mailed invoice OR title number and plate number. Once the payment has been submitted and the transaction is complete, the vehicle’s renewed registration card and tab are dispensed directly from the machine. The kiosks will be available during regular business hours at the participating locations.

“We hope citizens find the kiosks a convenient tool allowing them to renew and print their vehicle renewals whenever they can,” said Mark Nelson, NDDOT Deputy Director for Driver and Vehicle Services. “Residents can still utilize any of our branch offices, or renew online or by mail.”

The kiosk allows vehicle owners to register their vehicle(s) up to 60 days prior to their expiration. Acceptable forms of payment are restricted to credit cards and pin-less Debit cards. 

Customers needing to register a new vehicle should visit a Motor Vehicle Branch Office. Branch office locations and hours can be found at: