UPDATE: Long Beach DMV Still Experiencing Complications from Computer Glitch

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Google Maps screenshot of the Long Beach DMV. 

UPDATE | The computer outage that disabled the Long Beach Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and 11 other branches throughout Southern California from providing key services Tuesday continued throughout Wednesday and part of Thursday.

Officials said they hoped full power would be brought to the office by the end of the day.

DMV offices that have been hit by the glitch are reportedly still providing driving tests, helping customers with paperwork, answering questions and rescheduling appointments.
Online services remain available, as the website was not affected.

City News Service contributed to this report.

PREVIOUSLY: Computer Outage Disables Long Beach DMV from Providing Key Services

On 10/26/2016 at 2:56PM | A Long Beach Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) office was among dozens across the state that were unable to provide key services today, due to a computer glitch.

According to DMV officials, the outage occurred Monday and employees had been “working all night to rebuild the system and get offices back up and running.”

DMV offices that have been hit by the glitch are reportedly still providing driving tests, helping customers with paperwork, answering questions and rescheduling appointments.

Online services remain available, as the website was not affected.

DMV offices affected by the outage include those in Arleta, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Compton, Costa Mesa, El Monte, Fullerton, Glendale, Hawthorne, Hollywood, Inglewood, the Los Angeles Driver License Processing Center, Los Angeles Metro Business Service Center, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Newhall, Pasadena, Pomona, Santa Ana, Santa Monica, Torrance, Van Nuys, West Covina, West Hollywood, Westminster, Whittier, Winnetka and Woodland Hills.

City News Service contributed to this report.

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