Vehicle owners 65 or older in the state can renew their registration without emissions testing for a year.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, or ADEQ, will waive emissions testing requirements for up to a year to reduce the risk of seniors coming in contact with COVID-19, the governor's office said in a news release.
Drivers older than 65 can fill out a waiver application online at azdeq.gov/65waiver or by calling 520-628-5651 and pressing "0" to reach customer service. Once they have a waiver they can renew their vehicle registration online at azdot.gov.
ADEQ is accepting waiver applications for registration renewals due in through May of 2020.
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