DMV says operations returning to normal after 'major computer outage'

DMV says operations returning to normal after 'major computer outage'

DMV says operations returning to normal after 'major computer outage'

Computer outages affected over 100 field offices of the Department of Motor Vehicles throughout California for the third day in a row on Wednesday, officials said.

As of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, the North Fresno (Blackstone Avenue), Clovis, Madera, Porterville and Tulare offices were still offline.

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DMV Representative Jessica Gonzalez said they anticipate the issue will be resolved by Wednesday morning.

Civil rights advocates have filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent the California Department of Motor Vehicles from suspending driver's licenses for people who can't afford to pay traffic fines.

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Despite the disruption, the DMV said in a statement Tuesday that Californians can still take their driving tests, make return appointments, get help with paperwork and have their questions answered. The department's online services were not harmed.

Work is underway to fix a major computer problem that has services shut down at DMV offices along the Central Coast and throughout the state. "DMV's, like, broken. Is that real?" They have not explained what went wrong. According to the DMV, website service was restored this afternoon to that office but many others are still down.

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Kennidi Beatie was making his third frustrating trip to a DMV office since her auto was broken into and her purse - and driver's license - were stolen at a restaurant. In rural areas where no DMV is nearby, the local sheriff's office can conduct the inspection.

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