MVD Hours and Locations

By Executive Order of Governor Doug Ducey the following extensions are in place:

  • Driver License renewal requirements are extended six months from the expiration date for all Arizona driver licenses and driving permits that expire between March 1, 2020 and September 1, 2020.
    For example, if a driver license expires on March 20, 2020, the new expiration date will be September 20, 2020.
  • Requirements to submit a medical clearance card for a commercial driver license are extended until September 1, 2020.

These deferred dates will be reflected on motor vehicle records for impacted people.

Customers do not need to obtain a duplicate credential. Your current driver license or ID card will be accepted by law enforcement and other government agencies under this Executive Order. If desired, customers may obtain a duplicate driver license or ID on that will show the new expiration date. Duplicate credentials may not be ordered in an MVD office; however Authorized Third Party services may be available. 

The extensions are designed for customer convenience and to limit in-person visits to motor vehicle offices.

MVD Is Expanding Alternative Service Options And Limiting Office Visits

As a precaution, due to the ongoing health situation, MVD is restricting in-person services at offices statewide.

Make Online Your First Choice

Most MVD services can be done online at and no office visit is necessary.

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Before contacting us:

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For Motor Vehicle Services

If you are unable to complete your service online, please call us at 602.712.2700. 

For General Information

For general questions and customer information, contact us at 602.255.0072.


Phone Center hours are from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Authorized Third Party Options

Authorized Third Party services may be available.

Authorized Third Party Providers



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