Obtaining Information from the Arizona MVD
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The Federal law regulates who gets what information about whom. This means you can only look up your own MVD information. You may not look up your “ex” anything or anyone, not even the nosy annoying neighbor. If you use this service to obtain information about anyone other than yourself, you could be in violation of Federal Law.
Tasks That May Be Completed Online and Free of Charge at www.servicearizona.com
- change of address
- fine payment
- insurance verification
- vehicle fee recap
Tasks That May Be Completed Online with Minimal Charge at www.servicearizona.com
- driver license reinstatement
- duplicate driver license/ID
- duplicate vehicle registration
- motor vehicle record
- restricted use 3-day permit
- 30-day general use permit
- vehicle registration renewal
The Legal Jargon:
The Federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act 18 U.S.C. 2721-2725, and Title 28, chapter 2, article 5 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, regulate disclosure of personal information from driver license and vehicle records, such as name, address and medical/disability information. If you are not a permitted user under these statutes you may not obtain another’s information without permission from that individual or entity.
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