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News Archive

September 11, 2017

New Motor Vehicle Self-Service Kiosk Launched at Boulder office of the Clerk & Recorder

Live demonstration of Kiosk Today at 4 p.m.


Boulder County, Colo. Boulder County Clerk residents can now renew their vehicle registration at
a self-service kiosk thanks to a pilot program recently launched at the
County’s Motor Vehicle Office in Boulder. This afternoon, Clerk Hillary Hall
will discuss the benefits of the new kiosk and demonstrate how a renewal works
on the machine. Commissioner Deb Gardner will join.

What: Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall will
discuss the benefits of the new Motor Vehicle Express Renewal Kiosk joined by Boulder
County Commissioner Deb Gardner. A live renewal will be demonstrated.

When: Monday, September 11
at 4 p.m.

Where: 1750
33rd Street in Boulder – main lobby

The new technology is expected to reduce wait time for
those renewing their license plates and build capacity in motor vehicle staff
to assist customers with more complex title and registration transactions.

Resembling an ATM machine, the bright yellow and blue
self-serve kiosk is available from 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in the lobby of the
Boulder County Clerk & Recorder at 1750 33rd Street in Boulder.
As with other motor vehicle services offered in this facility, the stand-alone
kiosk will serve Boulder County residents only. Boulder County is one of
sixteen counties in Colorado installing the MV Express Kiosks in
2017.

The kiosk transaction is simple and fast. Using the touch
screen residents simply type in their license plate number, follow the
instructions on the screen, and renew the license plates. The kiosk
collects all taxes and fees and currently accepts cash, check, and credit or
debit card. The county pays the $3.00 fee per transaction to the kiosk company
so the public. The kiosk dispenses two receipts along with the vehicle
registration and plate tab on the spot. The entire transaction can be
completed in less than a minute or two.

For
more information on the Clerk & Recorder’s Motor Vehicle Division, visit
www.bouldercounty.org/motorvehicle or call 303-413-7710.