TOPEKA, Kan. – Driver’s license exam stations throughout Kansas remain unable to renew or issue new driver’s licenses and identification cards Wednesday as vendor technicians continue repairs on a malfunctioning server.
The 8-year-old server, which is due to be replaced, malfunctioned over the weekend. Vehicle titles and registration services remain unaffected.
“Resuming issuing driver’s licenses and identification cards is our top priority. This is a great inconvenience for many Kansans and we and our vendor are focused on ensuring there are not problems in the future,” said Director of Vehicles Donna Shelite.
While the exam stations cannot issue license or ID cards, they will grant 15 day extensions to people whose licenses or ID cards expired or are set to expire Saturday through Friday (March 31 – April 6).
An update will be provided later Wednesday.
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