Arizona drivers can now renew registration at Walmart stores
PHOENIX — The next trip to your neighborhood Walmart location could land you a new vehicle registration.
That’s because the box store chain has partnered with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division to dispense motor vehicle registration at their stores.
The collaboration was previously announced by ADOT on Monday, with Arizona residents having the option of paying for their updated registration with cash or debit at any of Walmart’s locations in the Grand Canyon State.
“We’re committed to giving customers convenient options to complete their business with MVD,” said Eric Jorgensen, MVD director in a press release. “Being able to renew vehicle registration during a trip to Walmart, as well as other grocery and convenience stores, is one more example of our promise to get Arizonans out of line and safely on the road.”
Customers can purchase their registration at the Walmart money center, the release said, with their information instantly updated in the MVD system upon payment.
Anyone that uses the Walmart service will receive their new renewal tag in the mail, according to the release.
Arizona residents can still renew their registration online, via the MVD’s website, or through any authorized third party’s office in the state.