You'll need more than just the title. These online services will help you get behind the wheel and driving anywhere but the DMV.
Find out how much tax you can expect to pay for your new car.
If you really want to pay your vehicle sales tax at the DMV, you can streamline your visit by pre-registering here. You'll get a confirmation code to take to the DMV.
Once you've registered your vehicle for a title, you can look up the status of your title application here.
If you've sold a vehicle you may want to notify the state. Do that here without setting foot in the DMV.
Got your heart set on a vanity plate? Order a new one here.
Before you can renew, make sure you've assessed, paid your personal property taxes and have auto insurance.
Renew your registration online in minutes and get your tag decals delivered in the mail.
Look up your county assessor's office. Most counties offer online assessment. You must assess between January 1 and May 31 each year.
Find your county, look up what you owe and pay your tax bill online in most counties.
Lose your registration? No problem. Print and pay for a copy here.
Whether you've just moved here or you're a native, you need a valid driver's license to drive a car in Arkansas.
Passing the Driver Exam is the first step in getting an Arkansas Driver's License. Download a practice exam and study materials, and find testing sites near you.
You'll have to visit the DMV to get a license, but you can save time by starting the application process here. You'll get a case number to bring to the DMV, where you'll take your photo and pay.
Sign up to receive your driver's license renewal notices through email or text message.
Get a record showing your status of your driving privilege.
If your driver's license or ID has been suspended, find out what requirements are needed to get back in good standing.
If you've had your driver's license suspended, you can pay your reinstatement fee online to get on the road to driving again.
Who doesn't dream of getting paid to travel, with the open road and Natural State as their office? It's possible with an Arkansas Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
Passing the CDL Exam is the first step in getting your license. Download CDL study materials and find six testing sites near you.
Arkansas requires anyone applying for or renewing a Class A CDL to become a Certified Trucker Against Trafficking. Do that here.
Commercial Drivers can register their medical certification here.