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GA Dept. of Driver Services network issue resolved

(Source: dds.georgia.gov) (Source: dds.georgia.gov)
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

 An official with a local Georgia Department of Driver Services customer service center says the issue has been resolved. 


The Georgia Department of Driver Services states that it is unable to service customers at this time due to a nationwide network outage.

The information was posted to their social accounts and an alert banner is placed on the main page of the website as of noon on Friday.

According to DDS, the network operated by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators is down. This network connects motor vehicle agencies across the United States.

Everyone is encouraged to please check www.dds.georgia.gov, and DDS social media prior to visiting a customer service center.

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