Colorado’s Division of Motor Vehicles on Monday shut down driver’s license, vehicle registration and other in-office services statewide due to “a technical issue” and issued a notice directing Coloradans to reschedule.
However, “online services are not affected by this service outage,” state spokeswoman Stephany Garza said in an agency news announcement.
No time was set for when DMV offices are expected to reopen.
Updates will be provided on DMV social media pages and online, officials said.
Coloradans needing DMV services can work through the DMV’s website, myDMV.Colorado.gov to access online services, officials said. They also can use MV Express Kiosks in some counties to renew their vehicle registrations.
State motor vehicle officials previously shut down offices and also online services around Colorado on March 6 due to “a technical issue.”
Agency officials couldn’t immediately be reached Monday to respond to queries.
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