BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The New York State DMV is offering snowmobile riders a new registration option. Riders can now renew through the DMV website, with an option to print a temporary certificate until a new registration arrives by mail.
The new option, saving riders a trip to the DMV office or the need to register by mail, is a way to improve customer service, according to DMV Commissioner Barbara J. Fiala.
"The Department is always seeking ways to improve customer service," said Commissioner Fiala. "The ability for riders to renew their snowmobile registrations online is an example of working better, smarter and more efficiently, while at the same time making it more convenient for customers to do business."
Riders can sign up at MyDMV, to find a variety of personalized and secure online services without mailing in forms or making a trip to a local DMV office. For additional information, visit www.dmv.ny.gov .
Riders who belong to a NYSSA snowmobile club can enter their membership information and register at a discounted fee. For snowmobile club information, visit www.NYSnowmobiler.com .
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