Seymour said that last week, there were more than 5,000 people statewide that could have handled their business on the re-tooled DMV website. They said they were people looking to settle old parking tickets, lack of insurance and unpaid property taxes.
Many people, however, said they simply want to know how long the massive lines will last.
"All the states that have rolled this out have had long lines like this anywhere from a few weeks to a few months,” Seymour said. “We really don't know."
Extensions were granted for people with licenses and registrations that expired on Aug. 11 and after. They have until Oct. 10 to get up to date.
The DMV continues to say that checking its website for updates is a driver’s best bet. A link to it can be found here.
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