The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division is responsible for titling and licensing duties for state residents. For some tasks, the state also works with authorized third-party offices, and it also offers online services. Although you can visit an MVD branch, the majority of your needs can be handled by a third-party office or online services.
Visit one of the authorized third-party driver's license locations if you don't want to go to the MVD. These locations offer standard driver's license services, such as written and road tests. Some locations also provide title and registration services.
Use the online services provided by the Arizona MVD if you don't want to leave your house. Vehicle registration and licensing options are available through online services. It's simple to submit paperwork and get the items that you need for the roadways because you can fill out online forms at any time of day or night.
The Arizona MVD accepts appointments for road tests. If you want to convert your standard license or ID card into a Voluntary Driver's License or ID card, you must also make an appointment. You can make an appointment online, as well as cancel it or view your current appointments using the website.
Picking up the phone or sending correspondence through the mail is the simplest way to get in touch with the MVD. Call your local number or the number designated for use by residents of the whole state of Arizona if you want to contact the MVD by phone.
The rest of Arizona: 800-251-5866
Hearing/Speech Impaired TDD Phoenix: 602-712-3222
Hearing/Speech Impaired TDD Elsewhere: 800-324-5425
With the exception of state holidays, representatives are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday. You will be able to speak with a customer service representative if you are still on hold by 4:30 p.m.
Send correspondence to the following address if you need to mail the MVD:
Arizona Department of Transportation
Motor Vehicle Division
P.O. Box 2100
Phoenix, AZ 85001