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.

1 Comment on "Homeless Veterans Benefit From New Law Waiving Some MVD Fees"

  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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