The Department of Motor Vehicles has decided to “temporarily suspend services” at four photo license centers.
The move will allow those staff members to assist at other major DMV branches to help ease the long wait times.
While the DMV is implicating its new computer system, there have been long lines at their facilities, which has caused people to line up early in the morning.
The following license centers will be closed until “long wait times in other DMV offices subside:”
“We know it is an inconvenience for those people who use them two days a week, but the staff is needed to help in our other offices where the customer volume is substantially higher, DMV Commissioner Andres Ayala, Jr. said in a statement on Tuesday.
People are being advised to see if they can take advantage of the new online services. Those services are as follows:
Apostol Reyes, of Hartford, and his dad sat in line at the DMV for eight hours over two visits this week while waiting to get his driver's license.
"They have to find a better strategy because this wait is crazy, it's insane," Reyes said.
There is no word on when the license centers will open.
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