Georgia drivers know waiting in line to renew vehicle tags can be both time consuming and anxiety-ridden.
Thanks to work by the Chatham Co. Tax Commissioner’s office, Savannah drivers won’t have to wait more than a couple of minutes to renew their tags with the new automated automobile tag renewal kiosks in Chatham County.
Similar to an ATM, the new tag renewal kiosks will allow residents to renew their automobile registrations in as little as two minutes. Customers can simply scan their Georgia driver’s license, pay with a debit/credit card, and print the Georgia registration card and license plate decal. “We are proud to release this innovative feature to Chatham County,” said Tax Commissioner Sonya L. Jackson. “With the uncertainty of COVID-19, our kiosks provide residents with a rapid, safe alternative for tag renewals”
The kiosks will not only eliminate vehicle tab renewal headaches, but offer more flexibility for Georgia residents in the surrounding counties as well. “Residents in participating counties can use any kiosk, even if it is not located in the county where they reside,” said Jackson. “If a Gwinnett County resident (a participating county) happened to be in Chatham County and wanted to renew their registration on Sunday evening at Savannah Kroger (Mall Blvd), they could do so. After hours and on the weekends, customers are now able to get their decals instantly.”
Residents who are apprehensive about using the technology should be assured that the kiosks will provide step-by-step instructions for users to follow. There are currently three vehicle registration renewal kiosks in Chatham County.
The new kiosks are located inside of various Kroger stores throughout the county: Mall Blvd. in Savannah, Berwick (Ogeechee Rd.), and Wilmington Island (Johnny Mercer Blvd).
The newest kiosk on Wilmington Isl. just launched Sept. 15.
For a complete listing of all participating Georgia counties along with Georgia Motor Vehicle express kiosk locations visit gamvexpress.com