(ONN) – Ohio is expanding an online check-in program aimed at reducing the time people spend waiting in line at the bureau of motor vehicles for services such as license renewals.
It lets customers check-in online, then arrive at their deputy registrar location within a four-hour window and claim their spot in line.
A pilot project was launched in June in Hancock, Cuyahoga and Franklin Counties.
The first expansion was announced for Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull Counties.
Another expansion announcement is planned in Zanesville.