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Lawmakers Mull Changes At Connecticut DMV To Improve ServiceState lawmakers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy are looking at ways to improve service at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles following a year of backlogs, long lines and other problems stemming from a major computer overhaul.
Secretary of State Proposes Automatic Voter Registration at DMVSecretary of the State Denise Merrill wants people who are doing business with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles to be automatically registered to vote.
DMV To Temporarily Stop Telling Police About Suspended RegistrationsConnecticut's Department of Motor Vehicles will temporarily stop forwarding to police lists of motorists whose vehicle registrations have been suspended due to a lack of insurance.
GOP Leader Calls For Hearing Into Wrongful DMV SuspensionsThe Republican leader of the Connecticut House of Representatives says she wants the General Assembly to hold hearings into complaints that the Department of Motor Vehicles is wrongly suspending vehicle registrations.
Average Connecticut DMV Wait Time Drops To 52 MinutesCustomers at the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles are enduring much shorter wait times than they did in August, when a computer system overhaul pushed the average stay to more than two and half hours.
DMV Wait Times Increase
Photo Licensing Centers Close Temporarily
DMV Stops Taking Walk-Ins EarlyThe Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles says it will stop taking walk-ins after 2 p.m. today at all of its offices because of the high volume of customers this week.
Long Lines Form At DMV Offices Following Shut-downDepartment of Motor Vehicles customers waited in long lines that stretched outside on Tuesday, the first day that branch offices have been fully operational since a one-week partial shutdown.
DMV Computer Upgrade Completed
Connecticut DMV Changes Could Mean Temporary Long Waits
Ex-DMV Official Pleads Guilty To Child Endangerment A former state deputy motor vehicles commissioner has pleaded guilty to child endangerment in exchange for an eight-year prison term.

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