Top 4 Places in Arizona to Ride Your Off Road Vehicle

If you own an off road vehicle, Arizona is the perfect place for you to be! Arizona laws make it possible for you to enjoy exploring the great outdoors while also getting to experience the fun and excitement of doing so with your off road vehicle. We’ve rounded up the top 4 places in Arizona for you to ride, so whether you’re passing through for a visit or here to stay, you can take in the true natural wonders our state has to offer.

Arizona Child IDs Protect State’s Youth from Identity Theft

Although it may be years before your child is driving or signing their name on their first auto loan, their identity could be stolen as early as just a few days old. In fact, more than 1 million children were victims of identity theft in 2017 alone.

What is Arizona’s Travel ID?

The Arizona Travel ID is a federal form of identification that complies with the REAL ID Act of 2005. It follows standards set by Congress in order to enhance security for state issued driver’s licenses and identification cards.

Is a Voluntary Travel ID a Driver’s License?

If you’ve traveled by plane recently, you may have noticed signs declaring that as of October 2020, you won’t be permitted to fly without a Voluntary Travel ID or another acceptable form of identification such as a passport. But what is a Voluntary Travel ID? Is it just another driver’s license?

What is an Arizona OHV Decal for?

According to Arizona Game & Fish, OHV vehicles in Arizona are classified as “any motor vehicle operated on unimproved roads, trails and approved use areas not suitable for conventional two-wheel-drive travel”. This can include vehicles such as dirt bikes, ATCs, ATVs, “Side by Sides”, trail motorcycles, and more. In order to obtain an Arizona OHV decal, your Off Road Vehicle should meet both of these criteria:

As of OCTOBER 2020 you will need an Arizona REAL ID for Domestic Air Travel

Following the events of 9/11, congress and the federal government sought to set standards for how identification documents such as driver’s licenses are issued. From those standards, the REAL ID Act was born and passed as law in 2005. This Act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards.

I Just Moved to Arizona. Now What?

Moving to a new state can be very exciting! It can also be overwhelming when you aren’t sure of what your next step should be once you’ve gotten settled in your new place. One of the very first things you’ll need to do after moving to Arizona is to stop by an Authorized ADOT location to get your new driver’s license, and title and register your vehicles.

4 Things to Consider When Buying a Car from a Private Party

Are you thinking about buying a pre-owned car? There are four main items to consider before, during and after the process. This list will help you determine which vehicle is not only right for you, but it will also help you make sure you take care of important items when purchasing as well.