( Cincinnati, OH ) - The pilot program launched by Governor Mike Dewine, aimed at reducing long lines at the BMV, is expanding to it's first Cincinnati location.
When "Get In Line, Online" launched back in June it was available at a dozen locations, but none were in Southwest Ohio. That changes on Friday.
Starting tomorrow, the virtual queuing system that allows customers to remotely check-in to reserve their spot in line, will be available at the BMV at 5694 Harrison Ave.
BMV customers who use the program, can advance in the queue without physically waiting in the office. Once you arrive, you simply check-in at a self service kiosk to claim your spot in line.
To claim your spot in line, just go to https://www.bmv.ohio.gov/.