MVD adds self-service kiosk at Paradise Valley courthouse

Paradise Valley Town officials cutting the ribbon to the newly installed ServiceArizona Kiosk at the courthouse. From left is town councilman Paul Dembow, Vice Mayor David Sherf, ADOT Program Manager Robert Smith, Councilman Mark Stanton and Councilwoman Mary Hamway. (photo by Melissa Fittro)

Paradise Valley Town officials cutting the ribbon to the newly installed ServiceArizona Kiosk at the courthouse. From left is Town Councilman Paul Dembow, Vice Mayor David Sherf, ADOT Program Manager Robert Smith, Presiding Judge Tyrell Taber, Councilman Mark Stanton and Councilwoman Mary Hamway. (photo by Melissa Fittro)

A ServiceArizona kiosk installed at the Paradise Valley courthouse is making it easier for Arizonans to conduct business with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division without visiting an MVD office.

The kiosk offers the same functionality as the ServiceArizona.com website, according to a press release.

It allows customers to conduct more than 20 motor vehicle services such as accessing a driving record and renewing vehicle registrations. The kiosk will allow customers to print vehicle registrations and plate tabs for renewals.

In addition, residents can order a duplicate driver license or ID card and order license plates.

Courthouses in Surprise and Scottsdale received kiosks last year, and the Phoenix Municipal Courthouse received two in February. It’s all part of an MVD initiative to provide residents with more access to motor vehicle services outside of an office, the release stated.

“We want to make it easier for people to access MVD services,” stated Motor Vehicle Division Director Eric Jorgensen, in the release. “Installing ServiceArizona kiosks in city courthouses helps us to provide those services where people need them.”

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