Arizonans who plan to use their driver license or ID card to get through security checkpoints at U.S. airports and other restricted, federally controlled facilities should take action to get an Arizona Voluntary Travel ID. ADOT and TSA want to get the word out that starting Oct. 1, 2020, standard credentials won’t be accepted by the TSA.
Is it time for you to take your written or road test? Here are some helpful tips for both the written and road tests required by Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division cautions consumers to beware of potential fraud when buying a car.
“The best defense is to do your research,” says Ralene Whitmer, MVD Title and Registration Specialist. “This is especially true for people buying vehicles from individuals.
In January of 1998, Ken Foote created FooteWork Auto License and Title Service. Today, FooteWork, Northern Arizona’s first authorized third party MVD, is celebrating 20 years in business, operating four MVD offices in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Cottonwood and Williams, AZ. and employing over 30 professionals.
We all know it’s not a good idea to text and drive. Or fiddle with a navigation system for too long or doing anything else from the driver’s seat that takes away our attention from driving.
As drivers take to Arizona’s highways over the holidays, Arizona Department of Transportation rest area Safe Phone Zones sponsored by GEICO encourage motorists to pull off the road before using smartphones for talking, texting and more.