Technical problems delay Motor Vehicle Commission reopening an extra week

Technical issues have delayed the resumption of some in-person transactions at New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission offices by a week.

News 12 Staff

Jun 26, 2020, 8:04 PM

Updated 1,385 days ago

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Technical issues have delayed the resumption of some in-person transactions at New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission offices by a week.
The agency says that there was a problem with a new text message system that’s intended to prevent overcrowding. The offices were supposed to reopen June 29, but have been delayed to July 7.
But student driver road tests will resume Monday as planned, and inspection stations will also reopen that day.
Officials also announced Friday that MVC agencies will be closed on Mondays during July so they can perform health and safety assessments of facilities following each week of expanded activity.
The Associated Press wire services contributed to this report.


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