TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division is providing new online options for Arizona drivers.
According to an ADOT news release, Arizona drivers who have had their driver's license suspended may now order a temporary ID card online at ServiceArizona.com, it is good for six months. This service used to require drivers to visit a MVD office in person.
"People often need a valid ID in order to buy items at the store, go to the bank, and apply for a job among other things," MVD Field Operations Administrator Mike Cryderman said, in the release. "When customers are faced with a suspended license, it makes having a temporary I.D. card vital."
In order to get the temporary ID, a driver must first have a suspended Ariz. driver's license, the expiration date on that license must be beyond the six months the temporary ID is valid. The driver also must have an Ariz. license photo that was taken within the last 12 on file at the MVD.
“Offering this service more conveniently through ServiceArizona.com speeds up the process for these customers,” Cryderman added. “It also has the effect of reducing customer traffic at MVD offices so we can better serve our customers who need to make an office visit.”
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