New DMV kiosk opens in Martinsburg

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (WDTV) -- A new DMV kiosk has been added to the Mountain State. The kiosk was installed this week in the Martinsburg Regional Office and marks the sixth to be installed in West Virginia.

The kiosks are designed to help customers renew their vehicle registration and driver’s license (if no changes are needed) as well as cut down the wait time for Regional Office customers.

If you wish to renew your driver’s license, you will need to bring your expiring license, renewal form, and credit card to the kiosk. The machine will give you a receipt and your new license will be mailed to you.

To renew your vehicle registration, you will need to bring your most recent property tax receipt (either for the full year of 2016 or the first year of 2017), your current expiring registration card, insurance information and credit card. Then, your registration card and decal will print at the machine.

“As we continue to add more kiosks, we are seeing an increase in the number of customers taking advantage of these quick and efficient transaction opportunities,” said Commissioner Pat Reed. “These kiosks, with locations now in the Martinsburg DMV, Clarksburg Sheetz, Star City Sheetz, Beckley Sheetz, the Kanawha City DMV, and the Barboursville Little General, will help you renew your driver’s license and vehicle registration in just minutes.”

The seventh kiosk is expected to be installed in Wheeling by the end of August.

For more information, you can contact the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles at1-800-642 9066 or at the Related Link.