Steps to Regaining Your License in Arizona
Arizona drivers whose licenses have been suspended or revoked for certain DUI or alcohol-related traffic offenses may apply for restricted licenses. These allow them to use their vehicle with an ignition interlock device. [more]
Here’s how to get back on the road after a DUI in Arizona – quickly, safely and legally.
- If your license has been revoked, you may apply for a new license after your revocation period expires or after the cause of your revocation ends. The division will investigate your driving record and make sure that all requirements are met. If they are, you will receive Permission to Apply Notice
- If your license is suspended, it will remain suspended until you have it reinstated. You cannot just being driving after your term of suspension is up
- Make an appointment to have an ignition interlock installed, if required.
- Have your interlock installed
- You might require SR22 proof of insurance. You can obtain this with the help of your insurance provider
- Bring the Notice and SR22 to any MVD office, pay a reinstatement fee (no personal checks), and an application fee. You may also reinstate online
- That’s it! You’re good to go. But remember…
- Come in for regular monitoring. This is essential for proper maintenance of the program as well as a condition for keeping your restricted license
LifeSafer® Ignition Interlock of Arizona
LifeSafer offers complete installation and monitoring on a wide range of vehicles to help you maintain compliance with Arizona DUI conviction restrictions.
- Low cost
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- Direct communication with the state of Arizona to keep you in compliance with state reporting requirements
- 24/7/365 customer service, so you’ve always got the support you need
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