When Does an Arizona Driver’s License Expire?
According to DMV.org, an Arizona driver’s license is valid until a person reaches the age of 65 and doesn’t need to be renewed before that time. It’s necessary to pass a vision test and take a new photo with the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles every 12 years.
DMV.org advises that to update a driver’s license photo, two forms of identification are required, such as a current driver’s license, passport, birth certificate or military ID card. As of 2014, the fee to update a photo is $12. People over the age of 60 who renew a license can get one that is valid for five years.