Monday, February 10, 2014

AZ Department of Transportation Posts MVD Wait Times Online

Posted By on Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 3:30 PM

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Need to go the living hell that is MVD for a new drivers license but you want to know how much time you're never getting back before you arrive? The Arizona Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division has decided to make life easier on Arizona drivers and post estimated wait times on their website. You can see how long the wait time to get a drivers license, title and registration, and how many people are waiting.

According to MVD:

Wait times shown for a location are updated every 5 minutes. Estimates are measured from the time a customer receives a service ticket until called to the window. If estimates are not shown for a particular office, please check back.

Click here for the most convenient and opportune MVD wait times.

(Thanks to Phoenix New Times)

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