State lawmakers grilled Dayton administration officials again today on continuing problems with the state’s new vehicle registration system. Willmar Republican Dave Baker asked state I-T Commissioner Thomas Baden, what assurances are there that problems won’t happen again when the REAL ID drivers license piece is rolled out, “so that we will not have massive lines at airports?” Baden responded, “We’re not building a product from scratch. It’s already a product that’s been implemented in many other states.” Baker objected, “It has not been integrated with this system, and they have to work together.” Baden answered, “Mr. Chair, the interfaces are actually relatively limited between the two systems and manageable. “So you’re saying it’s gonna be good,” Baker asked. “It’s gonna work,” said Baden.