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  • Payson MVD office moving to new location

    January 23, 2013
    For all you readers in northern Gila County, we’ve got some news for you … ADOT’s Motor Vehicle Division is opening a new office in Payson.

  • Alternative fuel license plates explained

    May 11, 2012
    Pop Quiz: What’s required to receive one of those alternative fuel license plates (you know, they’re blue with clouds and let you drive in the HOV lane)? It’s OK if you don’t know the answer. In fact, this is one of those questions that we hear often and we’ll share the answer in a minute.

  • ADOT takes a look back at 2011

    January 3, 2012
    The new year officially is here, but before we dive into 2012 we’re going to take a quick look back. ADOT’s Public Information/Media Relations team came up with a great list of the state’s major transportation accomplishments from 2011 and we thought we’d share it here on the blog!

  • Happy holidays!

    December 23, 2011

  • New specialty license plates now available

    October 31, 2011
    Arizona drivers now have even more designs to consider… four new specialty plates (Arizona Centennial, Boy Scouts of Arizona, Hunger Relief and Channel 8 PBS) are available starting today!

  • MVD assists returning soldiers

    July 1, 2011
    On June 6, more than 300 soldiers with the 40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion returned home to Ft. Huachuca after serving in Iraq for the past year. These soldiers were welcomed by family, friends and community – but, many also were greeted with the fact that there is so much to take care after you’ve been away from home for 12 months.

  • Rules of the road: driver license practice tests now online

    June 22, 2011
    Whatever your reason is, if you want to brush up on your skills and learn about proper vehicle safety you can visit the ADOT Motor Vehicle Division website. There you’ll find the Arizona Driver License Manual, available for download as a PDF.

  • Protect your child with an Arizona ID card

    April 27, 2011
    As the summer holiday travel season nears, there is an easy step you can take to protect your child in case of an emergency. Through the ADOT Motor Vehicle Division, you can obtain an Arizona ID card for your child. It looks similar to a driver license, but is used for identification purposes only.