DMV Services Will Be Temporarily Disrupted for Computer Update

DMV Services Will Be Temporarily Disrupted for Computer Update Photo: Minnesota Department of Public Safety

July 08, 2017 07:39 AM

Several services offered by the state's Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) division will be temporarily unavailable or altered during a weeklong computer system replacement this month, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. 

Here's what you need to know about changes during the DVS computer upgrade: 

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- From July 17-24, the department's website says online vehicle tab renewal and other online services will be unavailable. Customers planning to renew their July tabs online will need to do so before July 17 to allow time for their new stickers to arrive in the mail. 

- From July 20-24, tab renewals, plate replacements and title applications will not be available at office locations. Driver's license, permit or identification card renewal and application services will be available, but some offices may have different hours or be closed. 

- On July 22, driver's license services will also be unavailable. Most DVS and deputy registrar offices will be closed on that day. 

After July 24, customers should allow extra time for office visits as workers adjust to the new system, the department said. 

Complete information about the changes can be found here. 

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