SPARKS, Nev. — Scolari’s Food & Drug stores here have teamed with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles to provide DMV services in-store.
DMV kiosks that allow users to renew registration, reinstate suspended insurance, print a driver history, renew a driver’s license or ID card and duplicate a driver’s license, instruction permit or ID card, have been added to five Scolari’s locations in in the state.
Last year, Supervalu-owned Albertsons began ...
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