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    Mar 2020

    How Much is a Driverís License in Arizona?

    The cost of obtaining a driverís license in Arizona varies depending on the applicantís age and the type of license they are seeking. The current fee structure for standard Class D licenses is as follows:

    Ages 16 to 39: A driverís license costs $25 and is valid for up to 12 years.
    Ages 40 to 44: A driverís license costs $20 and is valid for up to 9 years.
    Ages 45 to 49: A driverís license costs $15 and is valid for up to 7 years.
    Ages 50 and older: A driverís license costs $10 and is valid for up to 5 years.
    It is essential to note that these fees are for the standard Class D license, which allows individuals to operate most personal vehicles. Other types of licenses, such as motorcycle or commercial licenses, may have different fees and requirements. Additionally, there may be separate fees for written or road tests, as well as any necessary endorsements.

    For the most accurate and up-to-date information on Arizona driverís license fees, it is recommended to consult the Arizona Department of Transportationís Motor Vehicle Division website or contact your local MVD office.

    Obtaining a driverís license in Arizona involves a series of steps, including meeting age requirements, passing written and driving tests, and paying fees. Chelle Law, a top criminal defense law firm in Scottsdale, Arizona, has created this comprehensive guide to help you understand the costs associated with obtaining a driverís license in Arizona.

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    Dec 2019

    Re: How Much is a Driverís License in Arizona?

    Anyone interested in obtaining a driver's license in the state of Arizona is encouraged to check with the Arizona Department of Transportation's Division of Motor Vehicles or their local MVD office for the most current and accurate information on costs and requirements, as this information can change over time. There's also the option of a driver's license maybe that would work for you. It is important for prospective drivers to be well informed about the costs and requirements associated with obtaining a driver's license to ensure a smooth and legal process.

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