(KRON) — The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced via Twitter that it will soon be accepting credit and debit cards at its offices.
All California offices will have this payment option by early 2020, according to the state agency.
Davis will be the first DMV field office in the state to allow the transactions, starting Sept. 30 — followed by Fresno, Victorville and Roseville in the following weeks.
“This credit card option is one more way we are improving the customer experience at the DMV,” DMV Director Steve Gordon said.
Customers who use their credit or debit cards will be charged a 2.3-percent fee, according to the DMV.
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