NOTICE: AAA branches are maintaining limited services; notary services are unavailable at this time.

Notary Services

Get important documents notarized at a AAA branch near you.

Fast, convenient notary services are available at all AAA office locations for AAA Members and non-Members alike.

How much do notary services cost at AAA? 

There is no fee for notary services at AAA in Alaska, Arizona, Montana, and Wyoming.

What can be notarized at my local AAA branch?

The notaries at AAA can notarize many types of documents, including:
  • Affidavits
  • Permission slips for minors
  • Passport applications for minors  
  • Car title transfers
  • Contracts
  • Healthcare directives 
  • Power of attorney
  • Trusts
Notaries cannot perform the following services:
  • Notarize photographs, wills, mortgages or I-9 forms
  • Certify copies of birth, marriage, divorce or death certificates
  • Notarize incomplete documents
  • Provide witnesses
Note: AAA handles personal notary transactions only; no business-related documents, please. Please contact a financial institution if you need a gold medallion signature.

Which MVD documents can be notarized at my local AAA branch?

Save time and notarize and file your MVD paperwork at your local AAA branch. AAA branches offer select MVD services, including the following, which require notarized documents:

  • Arizona Title Transfers 
  • Arizona Bill of Sale 
  • Power of Attorney 
  • Statement of Error

Helpful Tips

For a more efficient visit, please follow these guidelines.

Have All Parties Present

  • All signers must be present. If the document to be notarized requires more than your signature, please make sure each person is there with the required identification. 

Bring Correct Identification

  • Each signer must have a valid form of identification. Acceptable forms of ID vary by state, but are typically government issued, with a photo, signature, and physical description of the person. Valid IDs include state-issued driver's license, state-issued ID card, military ID, and U.S. passport. Contact your local AAA branch if you are unsure about your form of ID.

Know Your Document

  • Know what type of notarization you need; for example, an acknowledgment, jurat, oath, or affirmation. This is especially important if the notarial statement isn’t attached to your document. Please ask the party requiring the notarization to provide the notarial statement or to advise the type needed. Notarizations can have legal ramifications. Notaries aren’t licensed attorneys and aren’t authorized to decide the type of notarization needed.  

Mark Pages to Be Notarized

  • If you’re bringing in a large document, mark the page(s) that needs to be notarized. Please pay special attention to any blank spaces on the page to be notarized and put a line through the space or write "NA" (not applicable). If there are misspellings, please make changes on the document.

Terms and Conditions: Certain restrictions apply. Notary services offered may vary by location.