SALEM, Ore. -- The Oregon DMV is hosting an online open house to get ideas from the public for the future.
The way the DMV works today may not be how it works tomorrow. There is more innovative technology at customers' fingertips than ever before. That includes things like renewing your vehicle registration at an automated kiosk, storing a digital driver license on your phone, and recording vehicle ownership electronically.
DMV has a diverse customer base and wants to learn more about how different groups prefer to do business with the division.
Asking the public directly will help the DMV learn if these ideas would be useful to customers.
The online open house will be available from through May 31 at http://openhouse.oregondot.org/dmvfuture.
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