Motor Vehicle Commission computers back online after morning glitch

A spokesperson for the Motor Vehicle Commission says that its computers are back online after a glitch caused some issues.

Motor Vehicle Commission computers are back online after

Motor Vehicle Commission computers are back online after a morning glitch. (Credit: File photo)

EDISON - A spokesperson for the Motor Vehicle Commission says that its computers are back online after a glitch caused some issues.

The computers were down for about 30 minutes, preventing customers from completing their tasks. The spokesperson says that the MVC mainframe is old and they are working on a solution.

It marks the third MVC computer glitch this week.

The MVC has also stationed extra employees at all its offices to help keep the lines moving.

A list of low-volume MVC offices can be found on the agency’s website.

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