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18 thoughts on “Contact / About”

  1. Howdy,

    I just read an article on distracted driving that you posted a while back on your blog:

    I thought you might be interested in a distracted driving infographic we just published, it’s titled ‘The Great Multitasking Lie’, check it out:

    If you like it, feel free to publish it on your site.

    Thanks a lot,

    Matthew Pelletier
    Director of Public Relations
    Compliance and Safety (

  2. Around 2008/2009 I got a civil ticket for riding on the side walk on my bmx bike and i lost the citation to pay it off but i ended up moving to MA for a while and i was able to get my license there well I went to the DMV here in Tucson and i was told my License has been suspended even tho I was able to get it in MA and had no issues with it. and be cause its been so long there is no record for the ticket, and am stuck. I don’t want to get popped for driving on a suspended license and was wonder what i should do next.

  3. Hello and good afternoon my name is Fred Knowlton and I am curious as to any new legislation on motorized bicycles. If you could provide me with the information and / or the proper links I would greatly appreciate it. And that it needs registration insurance and everything that goes along with owning a motor vehicle again if you could provide me with the correct information I would greatly appreciate it thank you and have a nice day

  4. I noted that there is not a fatality grid for 2018. If there is one, what is the link that I can access it. Does ADOT keep a log?

  5. I am interested in having “full use lane” signs installed along highway 90, 92, near/in Sierra Vista….do you have any info on how citizens can get this done? There are no Bicycle use signs on the highway I am aware of. Or in Tombstone. So many cyclists and no signs

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