Statewide computer issue at driver license offices, tag agencies

Ponca City Now - July 31, 2018 1:02 pm

The Oklahoma Department of Public Service has announced that a power outage Sunday morning caused a computer hardware problem, and the driver license system is down at all sites across the state.

DPS and all tag agencies are unable to process driver licenses or ID requests at this time. DPS is working with the vendor who supplies the hardware to fix the problem. It is currently unknown how long this process will take.

 

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