A new kiosk offering motor vehicle services has been installed in Hettinger's Kum & Go. | Photo by Frank Turner
NDDOT kiosk comes to Hettinger Kum & Go
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) installed a new kiosk in Hettinger’s Kum & Go last week to expand the NDDOT services in Adams County and rural areas. The new kiosk is part of a broader effort to install kiosks in 44 locations across North Dakota.
According to Robin Rehborg, the NDDOT deputy director for driver safety, the new kiosks will offer Motor Vehicle services, such as “vehicle registration (tab) renewal and 30-day temporary registration immediately when the machine is installed.” Rehborg said the services that the NDDOT offers though the kiosks will continue to expand once the new machines are installed.
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