AAA & Secretary of State offer new ExpressSOS station in Grand Rapids metro area

AAA & Secretary of State offer new ExpressSOS station in Grand Rapids metro area

The Michigan branch of motor club & leisure travel organization AAA and Secretary of State Ruth Johnson on Wednesday announced a partnership to offer a new ExpressSOS station in the metro area of Grand Rapids.

The new facility provides residents of Michigan with a new option to get their license plates renewed. It complements existing AAA web services and physical Secretary of State branch offices in the region.

The machine that allows motorists to print a proof of purchase receipt of a new tab has been installed at AAA's Grand Rapids South Branch office, 2560 Paris Ave. SE, Kentwood.

In a statement released yesterday, Johnson said, "This latest public-private partnership represents a critical step in our ongoing efforts to improve customer service. We're honored to be working with AAA Michigan in offering secure, online access to our services."

Customers can make use of the new ExpressSOS station at AAA's office or online through their mobile devices to order vehicle records, alter their addresses, or sign up to become an organ donor, among other services.

The motor club & leisure travel organization's offices in downtown Detroit are already equipped with ExpressSOS stations, and the organization is aiming to expand these facilities to all of its 31 branches across Michigan.