The North Dakota Department of Transportation finished a nearly six-month kiosk upgrade and installation project in late July that added 44 new kiosks, many equipped with driver’s license services, around the state. There are now 52 kiosk locations across North Dakota, the agency said.
[Above photo by the North Dakota DOT]
“The new driver’s license kiosk upgrades add another convenient option for customers and also expands services into rural communities,” explained Bill Panos, North Dakota DOT’s director, in a statement.
“We are always working to grow and innovate to make services more convenient for our customers,” he said.
The agency said those upgraded kiosks allow motorists to renew driver’s licenses, request a replacement license or ID card, schedule a road test, pay a reinstatement fee, change their address, and edit donor registry information.
They can also check the status of their license, driving record, commercial driver’s license, medical card, and validate their date of birth. While individuals cannot obtain an initial REAL ID via a kiosk, they can renew it at one, noted the North Dakota DOT.
In addition to motor vehicle registration renewals, customers may now complete their 30-day and non-resident temporary registration, update their email or mailing address, and request a placard for a mobility impairment at kiosks as well.