Odometer Reading Codes
A The mileage stated reflects the actual mileage.
B The mileage stated is in excess of the odometer's mechanical limits.
C The odometer reading is not the actual mileage. WARNING – ODOMETER DISCREPANCY
When ownership of the vehicle is in more than one name, the Legal Status box determines which signatures will be required to transfer
ownership of the vehicle, license plates and/or fees, to apply for a refund, or to record loan information.
OR Ownership is joint tenancy, with an expressed intent that either of the owners has full authority to transfer ownership, license plates
and/or fees, or to record loan information. Names will appear on the title as in this example:
JOHN DOE OR JOE ROSS
Signature of either party will be accepted. Both signatures are not required. Owners must sign the Legal Status boxes.
AND Ownership is tenancy in common. Names will appear on the title as in this example: JOHN DOE AND JOE ROSS
Signatures of both parties will be required. In the event of the death of either party, the interest of the deceased party must be handled
by probate action, or by completing a Non-Probate Affidavit.
AND/OR Ownership is joint tenancy with right of survivorship. Names will be on the title as in this example: JOHN DOE AND/OR JOE ROSS
Signatures of both parties will be required, if both are living. Upon proof of death, the survivor may sign alone.
Driver License Number or EIN
You are required to provide your driver license number or MVD assigned Customer Number. If in the name of a company, provide your
Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) assigned by the Internal Revenue Service, or MVD assigned Customer Number.
In the Service Options box, enter the number for each item that applies to you. Additional documentation may be required.
1. Alternative Fuel – Vehicle is powered by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG, propane), natural gas (CNG/LNG), a blend of 70% alternative fuel and 30%
petroleum-based fuel, hydrogen, solar or electric (excluding golf carts).
2. Tribal – You are an enrolled member of a tribe and live on a reservation.
3. VA Grant – You received financial aid from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to purchase your vehicle.
4. VA Disability – You are certified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to be 100% disabled and drawing compensation on that basis. The
exemption also applies to the surviving spouse, until remarriage.
5. Widow/Totally Disabled Person – You receive a widow, widower or totally disabled person, property tax exemption from your county assessor.
6. Military – You are a nonresident military person.
7. Special Military – Certain Arizona resident who are members of the US Armed forces.
8. Survivor of Fallen Military Member – A Surviving Spouse or a Surviving Dependent of a Fallen Military Member.
9. Non-Government Emergency Services – You are a private provider of ambulance, fire fighter or rescue services, and your vehicle is used solely for
10. Survivor of Fallen Responder – A Surviving Spouse or a Surviving Dependent of a Law Enforcement Officer, Fire Fighter, or Emergency Responder
who died in the line of duty on or after 04/05/1933.
11. Nonprofit – You receive a non-profit, property tax exemption from your county assessor.
12. School or Church – You receive a non-profit school or church property tax exemption from your county assessor.
13. SSI – You receive Supplemental Security Income disability payments from the federal government. This is not regular Social Security disability benefits.
14. Leased School Bus – Vehicle is a bus leased by a school district.
15. Health Officer – You are a public health commissioned officer assigned to a government clinic or medical center.
— Commercial Use / Motor Carrier Options —
16. One-Way Hauling – At least 45% of the vehicle mileage during the registration year is traveled without a load.
17. Route Truck – Vehicle weighs more than 26,000 lbs and begins and ends a trip at the same point without adding to the load. At the midway point, the
load must be less than 45% of the full load capacity of the vehicle.
18. Agricultural Products – Vehicle is used only for transporting agricultural products, such as crops, machinery, supplies or livestock used or produced in
farming operations. The products, crops or livestock must be unmanufactured or unprocessed.
19. For Hire – Vehicle is 12,000 lbs or less and you receive compensation for transporting people or property.
20. Farm Vehicle – Vehicle is used in commercial farming or stock raising by the farmer, family member or an employee.
21. Motion Picture Production – Vehicle is used in the production of motion pictures, commercials or films.
22. Limited Mileage I – Vehicle weighs more than 26,000 lbs and is driven less than 2,000 miles each year.
23. Limited Mileage II – Vehicle weighs more than 26,000 lbs and is driven 2,000 or more miles, but less than 4,000 miles each year.
Vehicle License Tax Distribution
Revenues from the Vehicle License Tax are distributed as follows: State Highways 22.72%, County Roads 14.38%, City Roads 13.72%,
County General Fund 24.59% and City/Town General Fund 24.59%.