ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced paperless registration renewals are now available at DMV offices across the state.
According to the governor’s office, customers will only need to show a photo ID or have a Motor Vehicle Representative look up their image in the DMV’s database.
“Paperless registration renewals will save customers time and create a better registration process for New Yorkers visiting DMV offices,” Governor Cuomo said. “This innovation will build on the progress we’ve already made in reducing wait times and is another step forward in establishing a smarter, more convenient DMV experience. I encourage all New Yorkers to take advantage of this time-saving option and look forward to continuing to make a trip to the DMV as seamless as possible.”
In addition to registration transactions, customers can also order a duplicate license, non-driver ID renewal, or driving record abstract without a paper application.