Computer services have been restored to all Motor Vehicle Divisions (MVD) following a statewide outage that occurred around 11 a.m. Wednesday.
The outage caused all MVD computers to go down statewide, according to a tweet by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).
According to ADOT, the outage impacted all "MVD and authorized 3rd party offices statewide," the department wrote in a tweet.
Service was restored shortly after the outage occurred.
MVD CUSTOMERS: All MVD and Third Party offices are OPEN for business. Computer services have been restored. Apologies for the inconvenience. More than 2/3 of MVD services available 24/7 at https://t.co/DL48k9MCeI pic.twitter.com/ZWgtwUU5cA— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 6, 2019
MVD CUSTOMERS: A computer outage has impacted ALL MVD and Authorized 3rd party offices statewide. Please delay any MVD visits for the time being. We apologize for the inconvenience. More than 2/3 of services available at https://t.co/DL48k9MCeI pic.twitter.com/VKbfSv74hf— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 6, 2019
NOW: Computers are down statewide at Motor Vehicle Division offices and third-party vendors. ADOT is working to restore access. ServiceArizona remains operable and many of your tasks can be accomplished there. https://t.co/iKbpaJ4llw pic.twitter.com/R3mG91z8rs— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) November 6, 2019