The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles reopened most of its offices on Tuesday morning, May 26, attracting long lines of customers who waited for hours due to technical difficulties, local media reported.
More than 180 motor vehicle offices opened across Ohio on Tuesday, drawing customers who have waited since the COVID-19 shutdown began in March to renew licenses or take exams.
This video shows a long line at the office in Cuyahoga Falls on Tuesday morning. An online appointment reservation system called “Get in Line, Online” crashed, lengthening the wait times for customers. The scene in Barberton showed a similar line. Credit: Solid Rock Auto Group via Storyful