COVID-19 Effects on DMV Services
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, state DMVs nationwide have closed office locations, extended license and registration expiration dates, and/or limited the transactions they are processing. Residents are urged to use the state’s online services. Follow the MVD’s recent updates for the latest information.
Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) Office Locations
The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) has office branches located across the state, allowing you to take care of several driver and vehicle-related tasks in person.
To find the nearest MVD office, simply type your zip code in the search bar above, or click on your city or county of residence below.
Arizona MVD Office Services
Arizona MVD offices provide a variety of helpful vehicle and driver services, including (but not limited to):
- Applying for a standard driver’s license or learner’s permit:
- AZ ID card application.
- Vehicle services, such as:
Skip the Lines
To save yourself some time, before heading out to your local MVD office, consider:
- Making an appointment ahead of time.
- Using the online services provided by the AZ Motor Vehicle Division, possibly avoiding a trip to the MVD office altogether.
AZ CDL Testing Sites
In Arizona, only certain MVD offices and affiliates can assist you with getting a commercial driver license. You can choose to visit a:
Arizona Emissions Testing
If you live in Phoenix or Tucson, or you regularly commute to those areas, your car must pass emissions inspections throughout the years it’s registered in Arizona. Take a look at the designated inspection sites in your city, so you can get your car registered without issue.
Third-Party Offices Offering AZ MVD Services
If the location of an official Arizona Motor Vehicle Division office branch isn’t convenient for you to get to, you can visit an authorized third-party office.
The MVD provides a list of authorized third-party offices offering driver and vehicle services, including (but not limited to):
- Written and road exam testing.
- Title replacement.
- Vehicle registration renewal.
- State ID card application.
Check with the third-party office closest to you for specifics on which services are offered.
There are a variety of ways to contact the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division main offices.
If you’re more comfortable using a computer, consider e-mailing the MVD.
To reach the MVD by phone, call the phone number below applicable to your area of residence:
- Phoenix: (602) 255-0072.
- Tucson: (520) 629-9808.
- Anywhere else in AZ: (800) 251-5866.
- Hearing impaired:
- In Phoenix: (602) 712-3222.
- Anywhere else in Arizona: (602) 712-3222.
If you’d like to write in to the MVD main offices, send your mail to:
Arizona Department of Transportation
Motor Vehicle Division
4005 N. 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85031