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The following companies are authorized by ADOT to provide driver license services, including written and road tests. A convenience fee may be collected by third parties in addition to the appropriate state fees. Please check with the business to confirm hours of operation.
The International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety maintains that interlocks, when combined with a comprehensive monitoring and service program, lead to a 40-95 percent reduction in the rate of repeat drunk driving offenses, as long as the device remains on the vehicle. NHTSA strongly supports the expansion of ignition interlocks as a proven technology that keeps drunk drivers from getting behind the wheel.
The Medical Review Program helps ensure that drivers are medically, psychologically and physically capable of safely operating a motor vehicle. The Medical Advisory Board is a professional unit composed of qualified personnel to advise on medical criteria and vision standards for licensing drivers. We work with the Medical Advisory Board and the Arizona Office for Americans with Disabilities to establish and update driver licensing standards set forth in Arizona Administrative Code.
Mobile MVD is a traveling MVD office that assists customers with most MVD transactions. A list of Mobile MVD services is shown below. Current 2023 Mobile MVD schedule There are no stops currently scheduled. Mobile MVD Services The following services are available at the Mobile MVD
Complete your Application Gather identification documents (Bring them with you to MVD). This documentation may include: Employment Authorization Card, USCIS form, I-94 Permanent Resident.
Driver License Application Apply for a Travel ID Effective May 7, 2025, only the Arizona Travel ID (driver license or ID card), a U.S. passport and other federally approved identification will be accepted at TSA airport security checkpoints for domestic travel.
Driver License / Motorcycle License: Ages 16-39: $25 ,Ages 40-44: $20, Ages 45-49: $15, Age 50 and older and five-year: $10. Limited license: (military or students) $10. Identification (ID) Card: Ages 0-64: $12 Age 65 and older: no fee. Travel ID: Original and renewal: $25
Replacement License/ID Available Online You can replace your Arizona driver license or ID online at Continue with online license replacement. Continue with online ID replacement.
The identification card is available to all ages (including infants). Persons 65 or older can obtain the card free of charge. In addition, those receiving Federal Supplemental Security Income disability checks may qualify for a free card based on eligibility. Identification cards for children and adults are available at any MVD office or Authorized Third Party Driver License provider.
New Redesigned Credential: MVD has introduced a redesigned driver license and identification card. The redesigned credential contains enhanced security features that safeguard personal information.