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The Arizona MVD does not require you to show proof of new residency when moving. In other MVD-related procedures where proof of residency is required, bring the following items:
- Bank statements
- Utilities bills
- Phone statements
- School letters
For more information: How to Handle a Change of Address in Arizona
In Arizona, the MVD will mail you information about how to get a hardship license only if you are eligible. If more than six months have passed without receiving hardship drivers license information, you are most likely not a candidate to get one. You must be convicted for a first-time DUI offense or refused to take a Breathalyzer.
To get a restricted license in Arizona, you must first pass a 90-day waiting period and have an ignition interlock device added to your vehicle. In addition, you will be asked to provide proof of SR-22 insurance. Visit an MVD office in person for more details.
For more information: Suspended License Information for Arizona
The Arizona Department of Transportation allows drivers to renew drivers licenses any time before the expiration date. To do so, you must go in person to an MVD office. For drivers younger than 60, you are going to take a new photo every 12 years. For drivers 60 and older, then you are issued a drivers license valid for five years.
For more information: How to Renew a Senior Driver’s License
If you original car title is lost, stolen or damaged, you need to apply for car title replacement. To obtain a duplicate vehicle title you are required to:
- Complete the Title and Registration Application. When filling in the form check the appropriate box at the top of the form, thus making sure that you are applying for a car title replacement. Note that only one owner can sign the application, regardless how many owners are listed on the title
- If the original title is damaged or mutilated, you must surrender it when applying for a replacement. When submitting the original title, you do not have to sign the back of the title.
- If your title shows a lienholder, the duplicate title will be sent to the lienholder. To avoid this situation, you need to submit a lien release form or power of attorney from the first lienholder.
- A photo ID may be required for applicants who decide to make an in-person visit at the Arizona MVD.
You must also provide payment of the $4 duplicate title fee. If you submit your application by mail, pay with a check made out to "Motor Vehicle Division”.
You can submit the required documentation at any Arizona DMV location or send it by mail to:
Motor Vehicle Division
P.O. Box 2100
Phoenix, AZ 85001
For more information: How to Replace a Lost Vehicle Title in Arizona
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