Wednesday, January 11, 2017

More and more Authorized Third Party providers offering driver license services


By Doug Nick / ADOT Communications

Your dad may have warned you to never get out of line. He was probably right, but at the risk of being rebels the good folks at the Motor Vehicle Division actually want you to get out of line … and safely on the road.

Lots of things have been done to help us reach that goal, and more of them are available right now.

For example, you’ve seen those Authorized Third Party providers that offer many of MVD’s services? They’re convenient supplements to MVD locations when you need to do something that requires an office visit. 

Not all of these partner providers are set up to do testing for driver licenses and take photos, but we’re adding more all the time. And that’s good news for you.

As we shared today, there are now 22 Third Party providers operating 33 locations throughout Arizona where taking the driving tests and getting that fabulous photo taken are no problem at all.

This means more options and you can get out of line!

Dad won’t mind.

Here's our full list of MVD Authorized Third Party providers.

Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  Authorized-Third-Party, Driver-License, MVD


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