Voluntary Travel ID Appointments

Voluntary Travel ID Appointments



ServiceArizona is an easy way for Arizona residents to take care of Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) business any time of the day or night, from the comfort of their home or office. Currently, Arizona residents may use ServiceArizona for: online Vehicle Registration Renewals, Personalized/Specialty Plates, Fleet Registration Renewals, Address/Email Changes, ordering Replacement Driver Licenses or Identification Cards with or without an address change, obtaining a Restricted Use 3-Day Permit, viewing available Plate Credit, Driver License Reinstatement, Voter Registration, Duplicate Vehicle Registration, obtaining a 30-Day General Use Permit, Plate Refund, Vehicle Sold Notice, Vehicle Fee Recap, Citizens MVR - Title and Registration and Driver License, Insurance Verification, Tab Replacement, Off-Highway Vehicle Decal, Lien Motor Vehicle Inquiry, Emissions/Registration Fee Check, Permanent Disability Placard Renewal/Replacement, Vehicle De-Insure Certificate, Schedule Voluntary Travel ID Appointments, Insurance Update and Vehicle Reinstatement and for Fleet Application.

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The Arizona Voluntary Travel ID is the credential that complies with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005. The Voluntary Travel ID is available as both a driver license and identification card. As its name suggests, Arizona residents will have the option to obtain a Voluntary Travel ID.

The Voluntary Travel ID will serve as valid identification to pass through airport security to board commercial aircraft as well as access restricted areas in federal facilities, nuclear power plants and military facilities.

  • Enter personal information such as name, license number, date of birth and the last four of your Social Security Number
  • Select the Motor Vehicle Division office
  • Select the appointment date
  • Select the appointment time
  • Enter email address and phone
  • Schedule appointment

  • Enter personal information such as name, license number, date of birth and the last four of your Social Security Number
  • Select the cancel appointment

  • Enter personal information such as name, license number, date of birth and the last four of your Social Security Number
  • Select the cancel appointment
  • Select the make appointment
  • Select the Motor Vehicle Division office
  • Select the appointment date
  • Select the appointment time
  • Enter email address and phone
  • Schedule appointment

No.

No. Arizona residents have an option to purchase a Voluntary Travel ID.

Yes. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has said IDs from states offering credentials complying with the federal REAL ID Act will be accepted until Oct. 1, 2020.

Yes. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has said IDs from states offering credentials complying with the federal REAL ID Act will be accepted until Oct. 1, 2020.

Will I have to go to an MVD office or an Authorized Third Party Driver License provider in order to get a Voluntary Travel ID?

The cost of a Voluntary Travel ID is $25 (initial application and renewal).

No, state law prohibits the Voluntary Travel ID from containing a RFID chip.

Federal requirements require the Voluntary Travel ID to be valid for a maximum of eight years. Exceptions do apply including drivers age 65 or older whose licenses are currently valid for five years. For non-U.S. citizens who have authorized legal presence the expiration date will be based off the immigration documents presented, not to exceed eight years.

Those who choose to get a Voluntary Travel ID will need certain documents to apply. A full list of documents that will be accepted is available on our website at azdot.gov/TravelID.

    One document to establish citizenship or legal presence Samples: Certified birth certificate, valid U.S. passport or valid immigration documents
    One document to confirm Social Security information Samples: Social Security Card or W-2 form
    Two documents to establish proof of residency Samples: Bank statement, utility bill or Arizona Voter Registration Card

Anyone who gets a non-compliant (not a Travel ID) driver license or ID card after the Voluntary Travel ID is available will receive a credential with the phrase "Not for federal Identification" marked on it. It's important to note that these credentials are still good for airport security and federal building access until Oct. 1.2020.

The Voluntary Travel ID meets federal requirements for higher security, which includes checks against multiple databases and 39 security points on the credential itself.

Additional information is on our website at azdot.gov/Travel ID.

  • Enter personal information such as name, customer number, date of birth
  • Enter vehicle license plate number
  • Select the Motor Vehicle Division office
  • Select the appointment date
  • Select the appointment time
  • Enter email address and phone
  • Schedule appointment

  • Enter personal information such as name, customer number, and date of birth
  • Select the cancel appointment

  • Enter personal information such as name, customer number, and date of birth
  • Select the cancel appointment
  • Select the make appointment
  • Select the Motor Vehicle Division office
  • Select the appointment date
  • Select the appointment time
  • Enter email address and phone
  • Schedule appointment

  • Bring your Arizona Identification Card, Instruction Permit or other acceptable identification for standard license or identification for travel ID/DL
  • License plate number of the vehicle you intend to use for the test (must be currently resisted and insured)
  • Before you take the road test you will have to show that you understand the meaning o Arizona traffic signs.

ServiceArizona is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day with the exception of the following time periods:

Transactions cannot be performed during the scheduled maintenance periods:

  • Between 11:50 PM and 12:10 AM daily; and
  • Between midnight and 2:00 AM each Sunday.

If you have additional questions, please contact the Motor Vehicle Division at one of the numbers listed below.

Phoenix: (602) 255-0072
Tucson: (520) 629-9808
Elsewhere in Arizona dial:    (800) 251-5866
Hearing/Speech Impaired-TDD systems only: Phoenix (602) 712-3222
  Elsewhere (800)324-5425

Nearest Motor Vehicle Division Office and Authorized Third Party provider
Emissions Station Locations or phone 1-877-MYAZCAR

For information regarding plate and fee to owner, click here.