ADOT Motor Vehicle Division

The Parker Motor Vehicle Division office on Mutahar Drive will be closed July 22 – 26 for training.

In a press release, the Arizona Department of Transportation said MVD in replacing their computers, and their employees will need time to train on the new system. ADOT describes it as a new “state-of-the-art platform for our Customer Service Representatives to use.”

The press release states further, “The most efficient method is to have employees in each office train together. This means the Parker office will be closed temporarily for one week from Monday, July 22, through Friday, July 26.”

The closest MVD office that can serve Parker, Quartzsite and other La Paz County communities is located in Lake Havasu City. For more information about office hours and any nearby Authorized Third Party providers, please visit

The MVD also suggests customers postpone any transactions that can’t be done online until the Parker MVD office re-opens, if that is possible.

About two-thirds of MVD transactions can be done online at and by establishing a personal AZMVDNow account accessed through

“By expanding office hours, providing more online services and other efficiencies, MVD has lowered average statewide customer experience times to about 22 minutes, compared to nearly an hour in 2015,” ADOT said. “Installing a modern and more capable computer system is one more way we are better serving our customers and using our resources wisely.”


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