A Restricted Use 3-Day Permit allows a person to operate an unregistered vehicle or a vehicle with a suspended registration from the present location of the vehicle to a specified destination. The Restricted Use 3-Day Permit is valid only for the following purposes only:
- Emissions Testing
- Vehicle Inspection
- Application for Title and/or Registration
- Vehicle repair to comply with Emissions or Inspection
The Restricted Use 3-Day Permit is valid only for these stated purposes. Travel for any other purpose, including commercial interstate movement, is strictly prohibited.
Customer Advisory: misuse of this permit is a violation of Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 28, Chapter 7, Article 16, subjecting the violator to civil and/or criminal penalties.
What do I need to have in order to obtain a Restricted Use 3-Day Permit?
- Vehicle Information (vehicle identification number, make & year).
- Compliance with mandatory vehicle insurance requirements for the State of Arizona.
- Cash, or a valid Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit/debit/check card.
NOTE: No more than 3 Restricted Use 3-Day Permits will be issued to any vehicle in a 12 month period.
How do I display the Restricted Use 3-Day Permit?
The Restricted Use 3-Day Permit must be displayed horizontally in the lower right corner of the rear window so that it is clearly visible from outside the vehicle.
What do I carry in the vehicle for proof of registration?
When the Restricted Use 3-Day Permit is printed, you will need to cut along the dotted line where specified to separate the permit from the registration. Tearing may destroy the permit. The registration needs to be carried in the vehicle until expired.