Digital license plates now available as option for Arizona motorists

Technology buffs have a new Arizona license plate option available to them with the introduction of electronic digital plates.
The State of Arizona’s individual income tax filing season opens today, January 28, 2019, the same day as the Internal Revenue Service.
The popular Music in the Mountains Concert Series continues at Catalina State Park with new dates and musical guests for 2019. Join us at the park for a fun and unique experience in outdoor entertainment!
With another snowstorm in the forecast for Arizona’s high country this weekend, it’s important to remember to delay travel and stay off the roads if possible.
The introduction of the online Permit Test @ Home learner’s permit exam has proven so successful that it created the equivalent of approximately 18 additional business days for Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division offices in 2018.
Governor Doug Ducey has announced that for the third year in a row, all Arizona residents will get free admission to state parks during Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend.
Every child enjoys exploring the outdoors. But for some children in foster care, accessing Arizona’s state parks is a distant thought.
Although Santa might have clear sailing before winter weather arrives in Arizona this week, drivers should prepare for snow and ice on highways in parts of the state’s high country.
A new year means a new raise for some Arizona workers.
The new year brings new laws to Arizona. One of those new laws is going to cost you $32 when you register a vehicle.
Salt River Project opened a public process on Dec. 20 to consider a proposed overall average annual price decrease of 2.2 percent. The $64 million overall decrease in prices proposed by SRP management is a result of a reduction in fuel expenses and a modest increase in base prices. The proposed decrease will vary by customer type and price plan.
If you look up into the night sky on Sunday, December 16, 2018, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Comet 46P/Wirtanen.
The holiday celebrations are in full swing! From the parties to the festive dinners, there is merriment all around, but getting behind the wheel after drinking is both dangerous and costly.
Beginning Dec. 1, Arizona motorists expecting vehicle registration renewals will see a new Public Safety Fee (aka tax). The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations. The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January which can be paid as early as Dec. 1, and immediately for newly registered vehicles.
When a couple of October storms dropped early snow on Arizona’s high country, the Arizona Department of Transportation and its plows were ready because the agency prepares year-round for winter weather.
Many people across Arizona, in the media, and across the United States are wondering why it takes so long to count ballots. So we wanted to take the time to explain the process.

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