Update: Service restored at Rhode Island DMV
CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) - License and credential services have been restored at the Rhode Island Department of Motor Vehicles as of 2:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, the agency confirmed.
A spokesperson said those affected were issued a pass that will grant them expedited service when the agency opens for business Tuesday morning.
The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrator (AAMVA) had informed the RI DMV that it had experienced a communications system issue affecting its clients.
AAMVA acts as a national clearinghouse for licensing data.
Licensing services were affected at agencies across the nation.
Road test schedules were unaffected and conducted as scheduled.