Homeless Veterans Benefit From New Law Waiving Some MVD Fees

Arizona veterans who find themselves in the challenging situation of being homeless now have the opportunity to get a driver license or ID card without paying a fee.

Under a new state law that took effect this month, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has the authority to waive the $25 fee associated with getting a license or ID. Several other fees, including those for a license suspension or revocation, a road test for drivers moving to Arizona from another state, among others, may also be waived.

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  1. There are as many fakes out there than there are real veterans. Check their DD Form 214 first, and not just look at it.

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