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Computer woes affecting DMV statewide

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Customer service workers and other users have been unable to access the system. Customer service workers and other users have been unable to access the system.
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Computer problems at the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles are causing big headaches today for people trying to renew licenses or do any other business with the agency.

Customer service workers and other users have been unable to access the system.

Technicians are working on the problem.

They say they don't think it is the work of hackers and nobody's information is at risk.

The problem affects ADOT computer systems across the state and all DMV offices.

Stay with Tucson News Now and KOLD News 13 for the latest update to this story.

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