WEST HOLLYWOOD—The Department of Motor Vehicles offices throughout the Los Angeles region were affected by an ongoing computer shutdown that occurred last week.
As of Monday, October 24, over 122 of the agencies 188 locations were out of commission, leaving customers with limited services.
“They won’t even give me a temporary tag to drive off,” said Dana Goller to ABC7 News.
The offices are still able to provide driving tests, assist customers with paperwork, answer questions, and reschedule appointments. Online services are still available according to DMV officials.
Locations that were affected by the outage included Costa Mesa, Oceanside, Inglewood, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and Van Nuys amongst others.
The DMV is providing online updates on the status of various locations via their website. As of Tuesday, November 1, only two locations remain affected by the computer issues which include Costa Mesa and Oceanside locations.