Nov. 19, 2009
FREDERICTON (CNB) - A new e-mail notification service is now available through Service New Brunswick for vehicle owners wanting to be reminded when their motor vehicle registration is about to expire.
The service is available at www.snb.ca/remindme and may be found through www.gnb.ca. It is also a new option that vehicle owners may choose when they renew their motor vehicle registration at www.snb.ca. Vehicle owners just need their current motor vehicle registration card and the e-mail address to which they want the reminder sent.
"Service New Brunswick was created to make government easier and more convenient for the residents of this province," said Business New Brunswick Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also the minister responsible for Service New Brunswick. "This service is an extension of our online service delivery options, and it is an easy way for New Brunswickers to get a reminder that takes them right to Service New Brunswick website, where they may renew their registration with a few clicks of a mouse."
Registrants will receive an e-mail reminder two weeks before their registration is due to expire.
This e-mail will have a link to www.snb.ca, where the vehicle owner may complete the registration. Alternatively, the owner may visit any one of Service New Brunswick's 38 service centres or call the Service New Brunswick TeleServices call centre, 1-888-762-8600.
Service New Brunswick is the provincial Crown Corporation that provides "one-stop shopping" for a variety of government services, including motor vehicle registration. Service New Brunswick is also responsible for the Rentalsman and four registries: the personal property registry, the corporate registry, the land registry and the vital statistics registry.
MEDIA CONTACT: Brent Staeben, director of marketing and communications, Service New Brunswick, 506-453-6775.