Kangaroo-themed campaign urges Secretary of State customers to 'Hop Online' at ExpressSOS.com
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is reminding customers—with the help of a kangaroo—to hop online, not in line with ExpressSOS.com. The new electronic ad campaign is premiering at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this January. The fun video, which was produced in-house by SOS staff, includes Secretary of State Ruth Johnson “rapping” to the music alongside a “rapping” kangaroo. View the video online at Michigan.gov/kangaruth.
On ExpressSOS.com, library patrons can renew registration/tabs for cars, trucks, motorcycles and watercraft. With its Print’N Go feature, you can print a receipt and drive your vehicle legally until the tabs arrive in the mail. Most people can also renew or replace a standard driver's license or state ID. Keep in mind that every eight years, customers need to visit an SOS branch office to get an updated photo.
In 2014, libraries across Michigan, including the Monroe County Library System, partnered with the Secretary of State’s office to promote the availability of public library computers for completing Secretary of State transactions. All Monroe County Library System branches provide free internet service on public computers to residents and non-residents alike. Computer users may also print up to 10 free black and white pages from the Internet.
Other online services at ExpressSOS.com include:
Requests for duplicate vehicle registrations and titles
Updates to personal information
Register to become an organ donor