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The Wyoming Department of Transportation will offer Driver Services hours on May 2 at the Baggs Public Library to accommodate motorists who were unable to get licenses in April.

Typically, WYDOT has hours at the library the first Thursday of every other month. April 4 was the last time WYDOT was at Baggs. However, due to a technical issue, WYDOT employees were not able to administer the computerized tests.

As a result, WYDOT Driver Services will be at the library from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 2 to administer driving tests and handle other services the public needs. WYDOT uses space at the library because it doesn’t have a permanent office in Baggs.

To accommodate those customers, WYDOT will offer hours on May 2 instead of waiting until June. WYDOT will also still have the regular hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Baggs on June 6.

WYDOT will, however, have to close the Rawlins Driver Services Office on May 2 so the employees can staff the Baggs location. Whenever the Baggs location is open, the Rawlins office is closed because those same employees work both locations.

“The technical issues we had last month inconvenienced many of our customers, so we wanted to make this right and offer another day,” said Misty Dobson, WYDOT Driver Services program manager. “We also want to let the community know that we have taken steps to ensure this won’t happen again.”

In the future if there are technical issues and people can’t take the computerized tests, WYDOT will have paper copies available.

For additional information about this news release, contact Aimee Inama, senior Public Affairs specialist, at at (307) 777-4013.

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