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Show Low MVD office moving to a new, larger facility

February 07, 2014

PHOENIX – Beginning on Monday, Feb. 24, MVD customers in southern Navajo and western Apache counties will conduct their driver license and vehicle title/registration transactions at a new and improved Show Low office. The Motor Vehicle Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation will open the new office at 161 E. Deuce of Clubs (US 60), Suite B4 in Show Low, within the Show Low Plaza, just east of N. Central Avenue.

In preparation for the move, the current Show Low MVD location will be closed from Wednesday, Feb. 19 through Friday, Feb. 21. The office closure will allow agency personnel to prepare the new facility in a timely manner to resume normal business on Monday, Feb. 24 at 8 a.m.

During this temporary office closure, ADOT reminds customers that many of the common MVD transactions can be conducted online at

The new Show Low MVD office will feature several customer service improvements, such as a larger parking area to accommodate oversize vehicles requiring inspection. The interior offers a spacious and comfortable waiting area, additional work stations to efficiently serve customers and a conference room to allow for administrative hearing video conferencing.

The Show Low office serves MVD customers in the Heber-Overgaard, Pinetop-Lakeside, Fort Apache Tribal Nation, Taylor, Snowflake and Pinedale communities.

The new office is an example of how the Motor Vehicle Division continuously strives to provide high-quality customer service for a wide range of driver license, commercial driver license and motor vehicle title/registration services.

A map of the new Show Low MVD office location is at

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