Tax Commissioner announces new after-hours self-service kiosks for tag renewal

On January 25, Tax Commissioner Richard Steele announced the addition of two new self-service kiosks that allow residents to renew their tags on nights and weekends. The kiosks are available at the Lawrenceville tag office, located at 750 South Perry Street, and the North Gwinnett tag office, located 2735 Mall of Georgia Boulevard in Buford.

The new kiosks mean that customers will be able to renew their vehicle registrations and immediately receive current decals for their license plates.

In addition to the two new kiosks, Gwinnett residents can also use self-service kiosks located in Kroger stores in neighboring counties, including DeKalb, Walton, Hall, Clayton, and Fulton. For Kroger locations, click here.

“I am constantly looking for ways to make tag renewal more convenient for Gwinnett taxpayers. The after-hours kiosks will offer a new option in addition to paying online, mailing in a payment, or visiting a tag office,” explained Tax Commissioner Steele. “We are also looking forward to adding additional kiosks in other county locations in the future.”

To renew your tag at a kiosk, you must have a valid Georgia driver’s license, and your address must be correct on your renewal notice. Your proof of liability insurance must be transmitted to the state system, and if applicable, you must have a valid emission inspection on file. Credit and debit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Processing fees apply and are added to the total due.

The kiosk located in the entrance foyer at the North Gwinnett tag office is available 24/7. The kiosk in Lawrenceville is available 7:00am – 7:00pm, Monday – Friday and 8:00am – 5:00pm on Saturdays.

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