- Associated Press - Thursday, April 21, 2016

WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (AP) - The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles says it’s resuming normal operations after computer problems caused lengthy delays at branch offices.

DMV officials say the agency will be operating fully again on Thursday. Commissioner Michael Bzdyra says they’ve stabilized the computer system and computer specialists have made adjustments to it.

The DMV says it’s granting a grace period to anyone whose license or registration expired between Sunday and Wednesday. Those credentials will now be valid until Thursday at midnight.

Bzdyra says the agency has worked around the clock to rectify the issue and thanked customers for their patience.

Computer problems have plagued the DMV since it switched to a new system last year.

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