Who Gets a SIIRDL and Where Can I Drive With One?

Who Gets a SIIRDL and Where Can I Drive With One?

Who Gets a SIIRDL?

After January 1, 2012, and upon application only (i.e., you must go to MVD and apply), a SIIRDL is available to anyone with a class D or G license suspended or revoked due to:

1) Refusing to cooperate with a law enforcement officer by providing blood, breath, or urine (“refusal suspension”).
2) A revocation due to a second misdemeanor DUI within 84 months (seven years).
3) An aggravated or felony DUI.

Exactly where can I drive with a SIIRDL?

1) Between home and work.
2) Between home, school and work.
3) Between your home and …

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The Screening Process

The Screening Process

You must screen with one of the Screening, Treatment and Revocation Evaluation facilities approved by MVD. The list of current facilities is available at
www.azdot.gov/mvd/driver/driverservices.asp under “General,” click on “Alcohol or Drug Screening Facilities.” The approved facilities change frequently, so be sure to check the DOT site for up-to-date information.

What you need to do: Look at the list and find the facility closest to you. Call the facility and schedule an appointment for screening. Fees range from $55-$70. Expect to spend anywhere from 15 minutes to …

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Tasks That May Be Completed Online with Minimal Charge at www.servicearizona.com

Tasks That May Be Completed Online with Minimal Charge at www.servicearizona.com

The following tasks can be done with minimal charge at www.servicearizona.com

• Driver license reinstatement
• Duplicate driver license/ID
• Duplicate vehicle registration
• Motor vehicle record
• Restricted use 3-day permit
• 30-day general use permit
• Vehicle registration renewal

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Tasks That May Be Completed Online and Free of Charge at www.servicearizona.com

Tasks That May Be Completed Online and Free of Charge at www.servicearizona.com

The following tasks can be done free of charge at www.servicearizona.com

• Change of address
• Fine payment
• Insurance verification
• Vehicle fee recap

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Reinstating Your License after Suspension

Reinstating Your License after Suspension

The process of reinstating your license depends on the severity of your violation. If the reason for your suspension was minor and its term has ended, you may be able to complete the reinstatement process online with a credit card. However, if the Court ordered your suspension, the Court must also clear you before you can apply to have your driver license reinstated. If this is case, you may also require an SR-22 or certification of future proof of liability from your insurance company. For …

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How Do I Correct Problems with My Driver License?

How Do I Correct Problems with My Driver License?

This is an enormous question. If your address is wrong, change it as described on page 55. If you have outstanding fines, pay them. You can do this online as well at www.servicearizona.com. If you cannot afford to pay your fines, then your best bet is to return to the court that issued the fine and ask that you be placed on a payment program. Ask that any driver license restrictions be lifted immediately so that you may reinstate your license. Problems more complex than …

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Keeping your address current with MVD

Keeping your address current with MVD

It is 100 percent, absolutely, no questions asked, your responsibility to ensure that MVD has your most current address. If you move, fail to change your address and, as a result, do not receive your mail and later discover you are suspended, you are completely out of luck. It is not a defense that you did not receive notification from MVD if that failure resulted from an outdated address. If you have any doubt that your address is current with MVD, stop reading and check …

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What you need to know about MVD

What you need to know about MVD

First, you must understand that the MVD process is, for the most part, separate and distinct from what will happen to you in the courtroom.
Second, be aware that MVD is literally “King of the Road.” This is where it gets confusing: you will run into circumstances where, for example, the court will enter an order telling you that you have to have an interlock ignition device on your vehicle, but it is MVD that administers installation and maintenance of the interlock.

Confused yet? That’s normal. Think …

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