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State DMV about to get a major technological overhaul: What’s changing? Will service be faster?

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Governor Kathy Hochul has announced a major project to overhaul the outdated technology of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This multi-year initiative aims to modernize systems that have been in place for over 50 years, promising a future of more efficient, secure, and convenient customer service.


The partnership with software giant FAST Enterprises, LLC, will enable the DMV to replace old computer systems and streamline service delivery. “This project is a major leap towards modernizing the DMV and improving the overall customer experience,” said Hochul, emphasizing the effort to make DMV services quicker and more user-friendly.

With the new technology, the DMV anticipates eliminating the long lines and delays currently plaguing its offices by introducing automated processes and expanding online and self-service options. This will not only reduce wait times but also offer a more personalized service to New Yorkers, ensuring that DMV services can keep pace with technological advancements.



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