Arizona DMV Mailing Address

Arizona DMV Mailing Address

Arizona DMV Mailing Address is, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) Inquiries,  PO Box 2100, MD 555M, Phoenix, AZ 85001.

Phone Number: 602.255.0072

Arizona DMV General Non-Motor Vehicle Inquiries

General Non-Motor Vehicle Inquiries: 602.712.7355

Arizona Dept. of Transportation

1655 W. Jackson Street, MD 111F, Phoenix, AZ 85007

Risk Management Inquiries contacts

Address: 1655 W. Jackson Street, MD 128A, Phoenix, AZ 85009

Verification Requests : Email:

How do I contact the DMV in Arizona?

Call volume is very high to the statewide MVD customer service hotline at 602.255. 0072, where customers needing to conduct essential transactions can make office appointments, in part because customers are trying to schedule visits for services that don’t require them.

Is Arizona a DMV or MVD?

Yes, “DMV” is the most common acronym. Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have a DMV. But of those 24 DMVs, two – Colorado and Delaware – are a Division of Motor Vehicles. The next most common is MVD, in use in five states – Alabama, Arizona, Iowa, Montana and New Mexico.

What is proof of address for DMV Arizona?

Water, electric, gas, cable, or phone bill (most recent and using the service address) Bank or credit card statement (most recent) W-2 wage statement (most recent) Payroll stub (most recent)

How do I chat with the Arizona DMV?

Customers are able to contact MVD via chat through to address their concerns, receive answers to questions, or even accomplish certain tasks such as submitting a sold notice, changing your address, replacing a disability placard, scheduling appointments and receiving assistance with navigating around azmvdnow

Do I need an appointment for AZ DMV?

For your convenience, schedule an appointment at Walk‑ins are also welcome.

How long does it take for AZ drivers license to arrive?

Address Needs to be Current. Allow up to 15 days to receive it in the mail at the address listed on your application. A temporary credential receipt with photo will be issued at the office.

Source: Arizona DMV