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Arizona Ignition Interlock Laws
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Arizona DUI Laws
Arizona has both administrative and criminal penalties for those arrested for DUI (Driving Under the Influence). You must attend both to drive legally after a DUI arrest.
Arizona Administrative Per Se: This happens at the scene of your arrest if you fail a breath test (i.e. have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher), or refuse to take one. The Arizona law allows for immediate suspension of your license but you are given a 15 day grace period during which you can drive to get your affairs in order.
Arizona Criminal DUI Penalties: These are applied if you are convicted by a court or plead guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol. For each offense, alcohol screening, education and treatment, installing vehicles you operate with a certified ignition interlock device (LifeSafer is a provider of certified ignition interlock devices in Arizona) and performing community service are all required.
For a first-time offense, you receive a $1,250 fine and jail time for at least 10, consecutive days. 2nd and subsequent offenses result in a $3,000 fine and at least 90, consecutive days in jail, plus license revocation for 12 months.
Extreme DUI in Arizona applies to a person with an alcohol concentration of 0.15 or higher. The 1st offense for an extreme DUI results in a $2,500 fine, at least 30, consecutive days in jail, and ineligible for probation or suspended sentence. 2nd and subsequent offenses result in a $3,250 fine, at least 120, consecutive days in jail and license revocation for 12 months.
Judicial: In Arizona, an aggravated DUI is when a person commits a DUI one of the following ways: while their license is suspended, revoked or canceled; it’s the 3rd DUI in 84 months; while a person under 15 is in the vehicle, or refuses to submit a BAC test while under an IID requirement.
The result of an aggravated DUI is a prison sentence of two years, license revocation for one year and other penalties.For more information, visit the Arizona Department of Transportation (AZDOT) website.
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Arizona DUI Resources
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*Every situation and state is unique, please consult with your attorney or your state licensing authority to confirm your requirements and obligations.
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Arizona Ignition Interlock Requirements
In Arizona, LifeSafer prioritizes making ignition interlock devices (IIDs) affordable. Beyond the average $3 per day cost, we focus on value and dependability. Every IID undergoes rigorous testing and calibration for accuracy before it reaches you.
Our dedication goes beyond the device itself. With round-the-clock customer service and reporting experts, we ensure a tailored, seamless IID program to suit your needs. Additionally, we aid eligible Arizona drivers with state-specific deals and help navigate financial assistance from the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).
At LifeSafer, we recognize the crucial role of IIDs in reinstating driving privileges. That’s why we invest in precision and convenience, making the journey back to full driving in Arizona smooth and stress-free for our customers.
Arizona DUI Attorneys
With a team dedicated to finding experienced DUI attorneys in Arizona, LifeSafer works to make your ignition interlock experience as easy as possible. Call today to learn about our attorney partners, and gain the support you need to find the best DUI attorney near you.
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Arizona DUI Checklist
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