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MVD Expands Online Scheduling Options at AZMVDNOW.gov

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More in-office visits can now be scheduled online for Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division customers.

Earlier this month, MVD made it possible for customers to go online and schedule in-office appointments for instruction permits, vehicle road tests, and motorcycle road tests. Customers can schedule appointments online at AZMVDNow.gov.

“We’re continually looking for opportunities where we can save customers time and add convenience,” said MVD Director Eric Jorgensen. “Perhaps nowhere else does the MVD mantra, ‘Out of line and safely on the road,’ ring more true than when combining online appointment scheduling and road tests.”

Applicants can schedule appointments for instruction permits and road tests at most MVD locations via AZMVDNow.gov. Applicants must meet all requirements before scheduling. For instance, the written exam must be passed before scheduling an appointment to get an instruction permit.

Adding to the online convenience, applicants can take the written exam online, using the Permit Test @ Home option available at AZMVDNow.gov. Upon passing, testers will receive information on what they need to do to receive their instruction permit.

While scheduling road tests is now more convenient, the content of those tests hasn’t changed and road test tips can be found at azdot.gov.

In addition to scheduling instruction permits and road tests online, customers can go to AZMVDNow.gov and also schedule in-office appointments for Travel ID and renewing a driver license. AZ MVD Now launched in April and more than 1.3 million Arizonans have activated their accounts. Two-thirds of all transactions, including common ones like registration renewals, sold notices, title transfers, ordering a duplicate license, updating insurance information, ordering a motor vehicle record and more can be done at AZMVDNow.gov.


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4 responses to “MVD Expands Online Scheduling Options at AZMVDNOW.gov”

  1. Can I make another appointment to renew my drivers license other than December 8, 2020 at 11:20.

  2. Sarah says:

    Really need to talk to someone on the phone. Is there a number?

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