UPDATE 6:30 p.m.: The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security said its online driver services website has been fully restored. The outage lasted for about two and a half hours.
“We expect to be fully functional when business hours resume in the morning,” the department said in an email.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The state Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced Monday afternoon its website is experiencing an outage.
The department sent a news release stating their support staff was working to resolve the issue. No reason or timeframe for the outage was given.
The driver services website allows the public to renew, replace or order duplicate licenses as well as make changes to addresses and pay fees. It also allows drivers to find their driving history and practice taking the driver’s license test.
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