TYLER, Texas — The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) says all systems have come back online following a statewide outage Friday morning.
According to the DMV, the outage affected all online and in-person vehicle-related services, including county tax offices and other registration renewal locations such as grocery stores and title offices, vehicle dealerships and specialty license plate purchases.
As of 11 a.m., all DMV systems are again online, which restored service for in-person and online transactions, including those at county tax offices and other registration renewal locations.
All Regional Service Centers will reopen at noon.
DMV officials say the outage was not related to cybersecurity.