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ADOT MVD offers online vehicle license tax report for 2013 tax returns

Vehicle Fee Recap quick way for vehicle owners to see the tax paid in 2013
March 27, 2014

PHOENIX – As the April 15 tax deadline approaches, people doing last-minute work on their tax returns may want to know the amount of vehicle license tax they paid on their vehicle. The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division offers a free online tool called Vehicle Fee Recap on the official MVD transaction services website,, to help vehicle owners easily obtain both the vehicle registration fees and vehicle license tax paid in 2013.

From the home page of, the Vehicle Fee Recap process starts with the customer entering their name, Arizona driver license or customer identification number and date of birth into a secure form. The result is a one-page, printable report that lists the total registration fees and vehicle license tax fees paid for each vehicle on file under the owner of record. The Vehicle Fee Recap report will only contain a listing of registered vehicle information for which a vehicle license tax was paid. In addition, the reports will only contain information for the previous calendar year.

Owners of Arizona-registered vehicles who wish to use the data provided in the Vehicle Fee Recap report should refer to guidance from the Internal Revenue Service or the Arizona Department of Revenue.

“Vehicle Fee Recap is one of ServiceArizona’s most popular features during tax season,” said ADOT Motor Vehicle Division Director Stacey K. Stanton. “Every customer’s time is valuable. Vehicle Fee Recap is yet another way the MVD utilizes technology to save time for our customers.”

The Vehicle Fee Recap feature of is also accessible by mobile devices.

Information on is transmitted securely using encryption technology and the site does not collect or share user data for marketing purposes.

The Vehicle Fee Recap service can be found at

Information about all the services offered by the MVD can be found at

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