LANSING — The Michigan Secretary of State’s Office is expanding its online and self-service options and is expecting them to be available in March.
Some of the new options include renewing standard and enhanced driver’s licenses and state identification cards at self-service stations and online.
Michiganders will also be able to request their own driving records online and add motorcycle endorsements to their licenses if eligible.
“This spring, customers will be able to do even more of their business with us at our self-service stations and from their homes,” Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said. “This is another way we are continuously improving the customer experience at the Department of State.”
The upgrades are part of the “system overhaul” put in place by Benson in 2019.
Customers will have access to use more than 130 self-service stations present in branch offices and other locations statewide like grocery stores to request ID replacements or to register to become an organ donor.
All kiosks accept credit card payments, while some do accept cash payments. They also offer multiple languages like English, Spanish, Arabic and Vietnamese. Additional details and customer conveniences made possible by the technology overhaul will be announced closer to the launch. Access to online services and locations of self-service stations can be found at Michigan.gov/SOS.