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Two Prompt Title Locations to Serve Phoenix!

We have two convenient locations to serve your auto title and registration needs!

Our East Phoenix Location

2940 E Thomas Road,
Bldg A
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Our West Phoenix Location

3126 W Thomas Road
Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017

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We’ve got Arizona Specialty Tags

Arizona specialty license plates

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Prompt Titles & Registrations

Two Locations to Serve you!
2940 E Thomas Road, Bldg A
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 957-0450

3126 W Thomas Road, Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017
(602) 269-6000

Arizona Specialty Plates

Check out these Arizona Special Plates:

They all cost $25 for the registration fee and $25 a year renewal. $17 of that fee & renewal benefits a charity, organization, school or special fund. Note: some of the plates may have to be ordered. Please call us to check availability: (602) 957-0450

ASU – Whether your an alumnus or just a fan, you can support the university for academic scholarships.

Future Farmers of America (FFA) Arizona provides leadership, personal growth and career success coaching for students enrolled in agricultural educational programs in Arizona.

 Supports the Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Where this one is not that new, many people may not be familiar with it. Applicant must be a spouse or a child, parent, brother or sister (by adoption or blood) of someone who lost his or her life while on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Supports the construction and maintenance of the Enduring Freedom Memorial.

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” The Golden Rule – new design. It supports a special fund for programs which promote the golden rule in schools and communities in Arizona.

Hunger Relief – benefits a special fund which supports food distribution organizations in Arizona.

“In God We Trust” – it’s on our coins and now it can be proudly displayed on you vehicle. Funds go to promote the national motto, “In God We Trust.”

New design for Northern Arizona University “Lumberjacks” – supports NAU scholarship fund.

New! Are you a fan of PBS Channel 8? Here’s a new way to support them! Funds go to the Arizona Foundation of Public Broadcast Television.

Prompt Titles & Registrations

Two Locations to Serve you!
2940 E Thomas Road, Bldg.A
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 957-0450

3126 W Thomas Road, Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017
(602) 269-6000

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Is Your Car a Classic or Historic?

What kind of car do you have – “historic” or “classic”?

1960 Chevy El Camino
1960 Chevy El Camino
1940s Wolseley
1940s Wolseley

You’ve owned it forever or you’re eyeing it online or at a car show — one of the great muscle cars of the 60s and 70s or a real vintage beauty from the 40s.The State of Arizona MVD has 3 classic and historic specialty license plates, each for a different type of vehicle.

AZ Classic car lic. plateAZ Historic Vehicle lic. plateAZ Horseless Carriage tag

To qualify as a “Classic Car,” it must be on the “Approved Classics” list of The Classic Car Club of America. The club defines a car a classic as a “‘Fine’ or ‘Distinctive’ automobile, American or foreign built, produced between 1925 and 1948.” The 1940s Wolseley pictured above is a great example.

A “Historic Vehicle” is at least 25 years old. The classic 1960 Chevy El Camino shown above is a perfect example. Though it may be called a “classic,” as many muscle cars are, in AZ, it’s considered a “Historic Vehicle.” Note: the 25 year or older rule may not apply to your vehicle.*

1915 Ford Model “T”

Now, a “Horseless Carriage” is a vehicle that was made in 1915 or older like the 1915 Ford Model “T” on the right.

Another thing you need to know before applying for one of the classic or historic tags, is that your insurance company MUST insure it properly as a classic vehicle to be exempt from an emissions test and must have a letter from the Insurance company saying they meet AZ requirements for collectible insurance.


Classic cars are not meant to be driven on the street regularly except to go to a car show. *If your car is around the 25 year old mark, you need to contact your insurance company to make sure it qualifies as a historic vehicle.

Please give us a call and we can help you with any questions about collectible vehicles and their proper registration.

Prompt Titles & Registrations

Two Locations to Serve you!
3001 E Thomas Road, Ste. 101
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 957-0450

3126 W Thomas Road, Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017
(602) 269-6000

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What ever Happened to the Men who Signed the Declaration of Independence?

There were 56 “Founding Fathers.” You wouldn’t think that them signing their name to a document would cost them their lives, families, everything they owned. But it did. 

Freedom isn’t Free

 

5 of them were captured by the British as traitors to the crown. They were tortured to death.

12 had their homes ransacked and burned.

2 lost their sons as they fought for the Revolutionary Army; 
Another’s 2 sons were captured.

9 of the 56 fought in the Revolutionary War themselves and died from wounds or suffered hardships as a result.

They signed the Declaration of Independence, they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor the country. So, what type of men were they?

  • 24 were lawyers and jurists
  • 11 were merchants
  • 9 were farmers and large plantation owners

All were wealthy and educated and they signed the Declaration of Independence
 knowing full well that the penalty would be death if 
they were captured.

Carter Braxton

Carter Braxton (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Carter Braxton, a wealthy planter and trader from Virginia 
saw his ships sunk by the British Navy. He sold his home and properties to
pay his debts and died a pauper.

Thomas McKeam was so harassed by the British
, that he was forced to relocate with his family. He served in the Congress without pay while his family was in hiding. His lost everything–poverty was his reward.

Vandals or soldiers looted the properties of Dillery, Hall, Clymer,
 Walton, Gwinnett, Heyward, Ruttledge, and Middleton.

An engraving of Thomas Nelson, Jr., a signer o...

An engraving of Thomas Nelson, Jr., (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

At the battle of Yorktown, Thomas Nelson, Jr., saw that 
the British General Cornwallis had taken over his home as his headquarters. He quietly asked General George Washington to open fire, destroying the home. Nelson died bankrupt.

Francis Lewis’ home and properties were destroyed. 
The enemy imprisoned his wife and she died within a few months.

John Hart was driven from his wife’s deathbed. 
Their 13 children fled for their lives. His fields and his gristmill 
Were abandoned. For more than a year he lived in forests 
and caves, returning home to find his wife dead and his 
children gone.

So, take a few minutes while enjoying your 4th of July holiday and
silently thank these patriots. It’s not much to ask for the price they paid.

Are you a Veteran or Peal Harbor Survivor? A current or past member of the National Guard? How about The Legion of Valor? Were you a Purple Heart Recipient? Check out the special plates for you to acknowledge your service. It’s $25 initial fee and $25/year renewal. $17 of the initial and renewal fee goes to help the organization.  So show your patriotism and support the organization that you proudly served.

Don’t wait in line. We have most of these in stock. Call us to reserve your plate. Most of these can be personalized also, ask us!

Happy 4th of July!

Prompt Titles & Registrations

Two Locations to Serve you!
3001 E Thomas Road, Ste. 101
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 957-0450

3126 W Thomas Road, Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017
(602) 269-6000

 

 

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June is Children Awareness Month

June is Children Awareness Month and July is Make a Difference to Children Month

 

Show your support by getting one of these Arizona specialty plates:

 

Child Abuse Prevention

 

Choose Life

They both cost $25 to set up and $25/year renewal. Only the Child Abuse Prevention one can be personalized.

For the “Child Abuse Prevention” plate, $17 goes to a special fund for child abuse prevention programs.

For the “Choose Life” plate, $17 of the fee goes to the Arizona Life Coalition.

Give us a call to reserve your plate!

Prompt Titles & Registrations

Two Locations to Serve you!
3001 E Thomas Road, Ste. 101
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 957-0450

3126 W Thomas Road, Ste. 102A
Phoenix, AZ 85017
(602) 269-6000

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