ADOT Emission Testing

Well, it’s that time again… two years have passed, and now I need to get my car tested for emissions testing. This time around, I’m planning to write a blog post about the experience, and share any information I learn about passing the emissions test in Arizona.

Here’s the scrubbed email I just received from ADOT:


The vehicle registration for your 2005 HOND 4DSD, Plate XXXXXX, will expire September 15, 2014. Please pay on or before this date to avoid penalty fees.

You may renew online at WWW.SERVICEARIZONA.COM after complying with emissions requirements.

Fees for a 1 year renewal are:

Veh License Tax




Air Quality




Fees for a 2 year renewal are:

Veh License Tax




Air Quality




Record Number: ########
VIN: ################


You may also renew by Phone at: (888) 713-3031 or print this e-mail and mail with payment to: Motor Vehicle Division, 4005 N. 51st Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85031-2688.

If you have any questions, please call one of these numbers:

Phoenix: 602-255-0072

TDD Hearing/Speech Impaired:

Tucson: 520-629-9808

Phoenix: 602-712-3222

Elsewhere: 800-251-5866

Elsewhere: 800-324-5425


Motor Vehicle Division

You know you can renew your registration on, but there are more than 20 other services that, just like registration renewal, are fast, secure and convenient. Many are free, and all of them are available when you are.

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4 thoughts on “ADOT Emission Testing”

  1. I had my emissions done in march on my 2008 Chrysler vin 1a8hw58258f134346 it’s not showing up in Illinois that I had it tested it all pass

  2. We just moved from colorado and we need to get our license plates. What documentation do you need so I can get an emission test to get my Arizona license plates?

  3. How do I find the closest emissions test station to me? It seems like you people get some sick thrill by making things as difficult as possible for the general public, this website should be shut down for the greater good of society.

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