The FooteWork Blog
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.
Did you know that if you sell a vehicle you are liable for it until the new owner transfers ownership at a MVD or Third Party Provider?
Imagine this: You sold, donated or traded in your vehicle. The new owner promises you he/she will transfer the title into his/her name first thing in the morning, and you agreed.
Shop with a Cop is in its 20th year, pairing law enforcement Officers with children to give the kids opportunities to see Officers in non-threatening situations. This program fosters a positive relationship between the Officer and child, while also allowing the child to provide for and contribute to their family’s Christmas. The 20th Annual Shop with a Cop event will take place on Saturday December 16th, starting at The Prescott Valley Library.
Arizona residents who buy cars out of state now have a much easier way to pay the city and state use taxes. Working with the Arizona Department of Revenue, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is now able to accept these payments when the buyer registers his or her vehicle at an MVD or MVD Authorized Third Party office.
The official app of the Arizona Department of Transportation, ADOT Alerts is a free, must-have app for those who travel on Arizona’s highways. ADOT Alerts provides real-time information to travelers about unplanned, major events that are impacting traffic so informed decisions can be made to avoid lengthy delays or potentially dangerous situations.
Drivers taking evasive action or trying to collar a scampering dog can lead to tragic outcomes. That’s why it’s best to call 911 and leave dog-catching to professionals – troopers from the Arizona Department of Public Safety and Arizona Department of Transportation staff.
After devastating back to back hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many water damaged cars will eventually make it to the used car market. With Hurricane Harvey, which brought the loss of 40,000 homes, survivors of the storm now also must deal with the loss of many thousands...
Located on the famous Route 66, the town of Williams, Arizona has a history that is steeped in the traditions of the old West, and still maintains its rustic charm. Williams, Arizona, is located in the heart of the Kaibab National Forest at an elevation of 6,770 feet and is located in Coconino County.
If you are selling or buying a vehicle privately, an Authorized Third Party MVD office is a great place to conduct the transaction and get the necessary paperwork done at the same time!
Organ donation saves lives and registering to become a donor is as simple as checking a box at the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that makes it possible for DHS to verify the validity of driver’s license and ID cards against the MVD database.
Many people are hitting the road for their summer vacation because gas prices are low and then are so many great places to explore by car. However, one of the most devastating incidents can happen on a road trip is a car fire.
Founded in 1879, Cottonwood was given the distinction of being called the ”Biggest Little Town in Arizona.” The town derives its name from a stand of large cottonwood trees growing along the Verde River.
Bearizona is a cool spot in the Summer, located in Williams, AZ. Check it out!
PRESCOTT VALLEY – While traffic has increased with growth, the Arizona Department of Transportation is smoothing the journey along State Route 69 through Prescott Valley using the latest in traffic-management technology.
Career opportunities and jobs at FooteWork Auto License and Title Service!
Oh! If only there were another way! But wait—there are other ways to get a new driver’s license, pay your registration fees, record a sold notice or other services that the MVD offers.
According to the recommendations of tire manufacturers, tires should be replaced every six to ten years, but how do you know for sure that it is time to replace your tires?
Another year has passed and if a new off-highway vehicle (OHV) is in the cards this holiday season, the Arizona Game and Fish Department advises you to remember
3 New Plates Added
What goes on the back of your vehicle, looks great and makes a lot of money for a worthy cause? A specialty license plate