Colorado DMV having computer issues at driver’s license offices

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Customers wait in line at the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles.

DENVER — The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles confirmed that its state driver’s license offices were experiencing computer issues on Wednesday morning.

DMV spokesperson Daria Serna said the offices were having “network connectivity issues” as of 9:45 a.m., and did not offer a timetable for when the issues might be resolved.

“We are only able to process out-of-state transfers and conduct testing at this time in the offices,” Serna said Wednesday morning.

Serna also said that customers can renew their driver’s licenses online and that “when necessary,” the department will give customers a “30-day extension” due to these issues.

“We are working to remedy the problem as quickly as possible,” Serna said. “We appreciate our customer’s patience and apologize for the inconvenience.”


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