New Yorkers looking to renew registrations at the DMV can skip the paperwork.

Governor Andrew Cuomo says paperless registration renewals are now available at DMV offices across the state.

The move aims to save customers time and make the process more efficient by eliminating applications.  

Customers are now only required to show a state-issued photo ID or to be looked up in the DMV's database.

Corporate or government customers registered with the DMV can use that as proof of identification.

Transactions are then processed at a touch screen terminal.

Other transactions, like ordering a duplicate license, non-driver ID renewal or a driving record abstract, have also gone paperless.