Motor Vehicle Division opens new kiosk at Glendale City Court

Trend toward more customer convenience motors on

Ribbon cutting as ADOT introduces new MVD Services kiosksGlendale City Court is the newest addition to the growing roster of kiosks available to Arizonans doing business with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.

Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers was on hand Thursday to help open the latest location in MVD’s ongoing effort to improve customer experience by making services available in more public spaces like city courts.

Glendale joins El Mirage, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise and Tucson as court kiosk locations in addition to those located in MVD offices statewide.

“Our No. 1 goal is to get people out of the line and safely on the road, and putting kiosks in city courts helps us reach that objective,” said MVD Director Eric Jorgensen. “All of us at the Motor Vehicle Division are working hard to make our services as widely available as possible and ensuring that customers have more options, whether online, at a kiosk or in person.”

“We are excited about the partnership between Glendale City Court and ADOT because not only will it aid customers of the court, but it will also provide additional services to all Glendale residents, saving time and improving efficiencies,” said Presiding City Court Judge Elizabeth Finn.

Customers can use kiosks to quickly and conveniently conduct many MVD transactions, including renewing a vehicle registration, obtaining a duplicate driver license/identification card, updating an address, making changes to voter registration, obtaining a copy of a motor vehicle record and getting a disability placard.

“We have great local government partners that share our desire to constantly improve our customers’ experience, and we’re grateful to Mayor Weiers, Judge Finn and the city of Glendale for their support,” Jorgensen added.