MVRs

How does MVR Work?

The MVR Arizona Driver License service includes:

  • Entering personal information.
  • Confirming personal information. Note: Please confirm the information you provide before submitting payment; you will be charged $3.00.
  • Paying the fee.
  • Viewing and printing the Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
  • Completing an optional survey.

The MVR Arizona Title and Registration service includes:

  • Entering vehicle and customer information. Note: You will be asked to certify that you are requesting your own Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
  • Confirming vehicle and customer information. Note: Please confirm the information you provided before submitting payment; you will be charged $3.00.
  • If applicable, selecting the record you would like to obtain.
  • Viewing and paying the fee.
  • Viewing and printing the Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
  • Completing an optional survey.
What types of records can I obtain through MVR?

The MVR Arizona Driver License service only provides a 39 month uncertified record. If you need a certified 39 month motor vehicle record, 5 year certified/uncertified motor vehicle record or uncertified commercial motor vehicle record with medical information, you will need to apply by mail or visit your nearest Motor Vehicle Office or Third Party Provider.

The MVR Arizona Title and Registration service provides vehicle information. There may be more than one record for your vehicle. During the process of obtaining the Title and Registration Motor Vehicle Record (MVR), you may be given a selection list displaying multiple records found. The types of records that can be obtained through this service are:

  • Title and Registration – displaying owner information, including the entire title, registration and vehicle record.
  • 30-Day General Use Permit – issued when the owner did not have current registration, no plate is on the vehicle or repairs are needed for the vehicle to pass an emission test.
  • 90-Day Resident Registration Permit – issued when the owner needed additional time to complete his/her loan and title processing.
  • 90-Day Nonresident Permit – issued when a nonresident owner purchased an unregistered vehicle in Arizona for the removal of the vehicle to his/her state of residency.

Note: If you have multiple records, only one Motor Vehicle Record can be requested at a time. Once the first transaction is complete, you will be given the opportunity to return to the selection list to purchase other records.

What do I need to obtain an Arizona Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)?
  • For Driver License MVR, your name, Customer/AZ Driver License number, date of birth for individuals, last four digits of your social security number.
  • For Title and Registration MVR, your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Customer/AZ Driver License number or individual/company name, date of birth for individuals and zip code.
  • A valid Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit/debit/check card.
  • A web browser that supports Secure Socket Layer (SSL}.
  • An ink jet or laser printer.
  • 8 ½ x 11-inch white paper.