Governor visits Fort Wayne, celebrates BMV kiosk center

The self-service BMV kiosks are up and running 24 hours a day at the Pine Valley branch.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb stopped in the Summit City Friday to celebrate a new feature for the state BMV.

The Pine Valley Shopping Center at Coldwater and Dupont Roads is now home to the state’s first BMV Connect kiosk center.

A sign on the Pine Valley BMV branch advertises the new self-service kiosks.

The machines, designed by a Fort Wayne company, allows customers to renew registrations and plates, pay fees, update information and more 24 hours a day. They are accessible through the branch’s main entrance.

“It’s really what the slogan says, ‘driven by you’ the customer,” Holcomb explained. “It’s the BMV’s response to that, giving people time back and adjusting to the every day Hoosier schedule.”

A staff member will be available to help people during branch hours.