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A salvaged car title indicates that a vehicle was stolen or damaged by the owner, destroyed, wrecked or water damaged to the extent that it is uneconomical to fix it. To get a restored salvage title in Arizona, you must make an appointment at a Level III Inspection site and receive an emissions compliance certificate from the inspector. To get a salvaged title, make an appointment at the MVD.
For more information: Title Transfer or Obtaining a New Certificate of Title in 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
Yes, there is an additional late fee to renew expired car registration. If you are late to renew within the same month, then add $8. For every additional month after the expiration date, add an additional $4.
For more information: How to Renew Your Vehicle Registration in Arizona
Select Justice Courts in Arizona allow you to access your traffic ticket information online. These services vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction so you contact the court jurisdiction that issued your traffic ticket to find out more information about your citation. You will find the contact information for the jurisdiction on your traffic citation. Information such as a telephone number and address of the court will lead you to theirpay traffic tickets online services, if any.
For more information: Traffic Tickets and Violations in Arizona
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