Coloradans in need of a new driver's license or I.D. are in luck. The Department of Motor Vehicles re-opened on Monday.
DMV officials say the glitch in the computer system which kept all of the state's offices from issuing new cards is fixed.
You can expect long lines and delays if you head to the office sometime this week. The computers went down last Monday, leaving 7 days worth of people looking to get licenses and I.D.'s.
A DMV spokesperson says if it's not necessary to get your license or I.D. today, you might want to wait until things calm down.
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