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Georgia Continues County Expansion of Self-Service Vehicle Kiosk Program

The Georgia MV Express kiosk program, provided by Intellectual Technology, Inc., has recently added 15 more Georgia counties and plans to install an additional 12 new kiosks into current and newly joined counties for its motor vehicle kiosk program. Installing kiosks in grocery stores has proven to be widely popular with Georgia residents, as 45 of the kiosks are installed in Georgia Kroger stores, and installations within Publix Supermarkets in Dougherty, Lowndes, and Muscogee Counties coming soon.

Georgia MVD Director Brent Bennett has widely embraced providing more convenient technology for Georgia citizens to perform motor vehicle services. Since the program began in 2014, over 1.7 million vehicle registrations have been performed on 60 Georgia MV Express kiosks. Most of the usage is due to placing kiosks in more conveniently located grocery stores, allowing citizens 24/7 access to renew Georgia vehicle registrations.

The newest kiosk installs will occur in three current, including three kiosks in Fulton County and four new counties: Muscogee, Paulding, Chatham, and Lowndes, giving over 775,000 Georgians access to kiosks not previously available. The newest participating counties extend kiosk coverage to an additional 312,000 Georgians, bringing the total population for participating counties to over 1 million. The newest participating counties are as follows:

  • Barrow County
  • Chatham County
  • Dooly County
  • Greene County
  • Hart County
  • Jasper County
  • Lowndes County
  • Mitchell County
  • Monroe County
  • Morgan County
  • Pike County
  • Pulaski County
  • Screven County
  • Schley County
  • Sumter County

When asked about the success of this program, Director Bennett had this to say, “The Georgia Department of Revenue is proud of the Georgia MV Express kiosk program and the number of people we have been able to serve through this program. This expansion allows us to reach more Georgians by adding participating counties surrounding the counties with physical kiosk locations. As we continue expanding the program footprint, we also look forward to additional transactions, making this program more convenient and able to be used by more citizens.”

The Georgia Tag Kiosks are located at select grocery stores and county tag offices. There are now 60 kiosks installed and 65 Georgia counties participating in this program. Residents of a participating county can use any kiosk, even those located in other counties. For a complete listing of all participating Georgia counties along with kiosk locations visit

Georgia Tag Kiosks are provided by Intellectual Technology, Inc. (ITI) and allow county residents to conduct their vehicle registration renewals at more convenient locations, with extended hours of operations.

The kiosks are as easy to use as an ATM, and registrations can be renewed in as little as two minutes. Simply scan your Georgia driver’s license, pay with a credit or debit card, and print your Georgia registration card and license plate decal. Georgia Tag Kiosks accept payment by credit and debit cards with instructions available in English or Spanish.


About ITI:
Intellectual Technology Inc. (ITI) specializes in DMV kiosks that help motor vehicle agencies increase speed, visibility, and security of motor vehicle transactions. ITI is the industry leader in DMV kiosk technology with programs in 14 states. Whether services are delivered in DMV offices, mail fulfillment centers, or self-service kiosks, ITI’s products and software provide motor vehicle agencies the ability to service customers where and when they prefer.

Source: Intellectual Technology, Inc.

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  1. Belinda Boykin

    June 30, 2022 at 3:56 pm

    I paid $24.49 at a kiosk in Kroger for my auto tag. I did not get a decal. I got a Vehicle Renewal Error Receipt. I was told by a Kroger employee to go to the tag office. I went to the tag office in morrow, GA. and was told that they do not have anything to do with the Kiosk and for me to Call Ga DMV on Welcome All Rd 855-406-5221. DMV told me to go back to the tag office and ask them to cancel the transaction out of their system. no on answered Tag office phone.
    The next day, I called Kroger and got a number for the KIOSK ITI number is 1-833-939-1008. Stacey Baulmgartner emailed me another receipt stating that I had paid for service. She said that someone will call me, and I will get the tag in the mail in a few days. Today, I noticed a pending credit of $20.00 from DMV. I paid $24.49, I am being charged $4.49 for service that I did not receive? In addition, I am using expensive gas to drive to the tag office. Can you please make this right.

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