May 2, 2022 • Republished from Hawaii News
The City and County of Honolulu has installed two more self-service kiosks for renewing motor vehicle registrations on Oahu.
The new kiosks are inside Safeway Supermarkets at the Salt Lake Shopping Center and Hawaii Kai Shopping Center.
With these new additions, Oahu now has a total of eight self-service kiosks serving residents inside select Safeway and Foodland supermarkets across the island.
According to the Honolulu Department of Customer Service, the kiosks function like an ATM, allowing residents to renew their vehicle registration on their own time instead of going to Satellite City Hall.
Last year, they processed 136,108 motor vehicle registration renewals in the county – a 7% increase from the previous year.
“The increasing use of these kiosks has provided us with an opportunity to broaden our access to them around Oahu,” DCS Designated Director Kim Hashiro said in a news release. From a waiting game to a motorist’s convenient part of a trip to the grocery store. ,
Self-service kiosks are available in supermarkets that are open late or 24/7 and accept renewal up to 10 months before the expiration date with a $16 late fee.
In addition to Salt Lake and Hawai Kai, self-service kiosks are available inside Safeway stores at Kenohe Bay Shopping Center, Kapoli Shopping Center, Waimalu Shopping Plaza, Kapahulu Shopping Center and South Beretania Street.
There is also a self-service kiosk at Foodland Supermarket in Waipio Shopping Center.