Federal outage affecting Colorado driver’s license offices

DENVER — Colorado driver’s license renewals are among services hit statewide on Monday after an outage forced the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles to reschedule appointments at all driver’s license offices.

The technical issue is affecting both new licenses and renewals, ID card generation and teaching permits, according to a press release.

The DMV said services that are still working include knowledge tests for permits, endorsements and applications for vehicle records.

The state’s Department of Motor Vehicles said it would contact Coloradans with an appointment to reschedule or offer an alternative service.

There was no indication of when all DMV services would be restored, and some services are available online at myDMV.Colorado.gov or the myColorado app.

Residents who live in an area with an express motor vehicle kiosk can continue to use it to renew vehicle registrations while the outage continues, according to the DMV.

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