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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, and performing community service are all required.
How do I get an Arizona Restricted Driving License with an ignition interlock (IID)?
Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Division sends a corrective action letter. Call your local MVD to get the date of ignition interlock eligibility or check online using this link. Install your interlock BEFORE you apply for license reinstatement.
Call LifeSafer Ignition Interlock at 855-478-9884 to schedule your IID installation.
The MVD requires an alcohol and/or drug screening. Providers are online at azdot.gov.
MVD will notify you when you are eligible to reinstate. You can do this online.
Comply with all program requirements.
Criminal Penalties for repeat violations
For a first-time offense, you receive a $1,250 fine and jail time for at least 10 consecutive days. Second and subsequent offenses result in a $3,000 fine and at least 90 consecutive days in jail, plus license revocation for 12 months.