MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES FORMS & LINKS
We are hiring! We'd love for you to join our team!
We are a family run, Authorized Third Party Provider for the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. We are looking for a full time, certified, Title and Registration processor to add to our team. We pride ourselves on customer service and providing a fun, friendly and professional Motor Vehicle experience.
Our office is located at Dysart Road and Glendale Avenue but employees will also have to go to our 2nd location at Estrella Parkway and the I-10.
Applicant MUST have experience with Third Party Motor Vehicle Services. Applicants MUST also have a current RACF or had a RACF within the past 90 days.
Schedule will include every other Saturday and mainly 9am to 5pm shifts during the week. Occasional 11am to 7pm shifts may also be required.
Please fax 623-932-2987 or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your RACF in your email or cover sheet to be considered.
PARENT RESOURSES FOR NEW DRIVERS
Here are some parent resources that you may find useful and they link directly to the sites.
This is a pretty well designed, cool page with a ton of information and stats on texting and driving.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Every day in America, another 27 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. That's more than one per hour. This shocking statistic and a ton more can be found on MADD web site. Good resource for parents to talk to their teens about drinking and driving and its consequences.
This new app is intended to help you make small changes in your driving habits that can lead to savings on gas over time. But with the apps features, it looks like its also an amazing tool for parents to track their new drivers on the road. The app will score the driver weekly on their driving habits and provide detailed info on how much they drove and where. It also has an impressive crash alert feature. Its easy to install and communicates directly with your smart phone. Might be something to check out if you have a new driver out there.
Parent-Teen Agreement at All-State
Conversations between parents and teens are often difficult. The conversation around handing over the keys to the car can be
particularly hard--but it doesn't have to be. The Allstate Foundation has created a Parent-Teen Agreement that can make "managing the keys" easier and can help you keep your teen safer when they get into a car as a driver or passenger. All-State has created specific agreements for each state. Every state has some type of teen driving laws and knowing those laws can help inform the
conversation you start with your teen driver.