201311.23
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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:…

201311.19
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MVD points on your driver record

The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) assesses points against your permanent driving record each time you are convicted of or are found responsible for a moving violation: • DUI (blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, 0.04% if commercial vehicle): 8 points • Extreme DUI (BAC of 0.15% or higher): 8 points • Reckless driving:…

201311.09
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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…

201311.06
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How Do I Find out If My License Is in Good Order?

This is the best way to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information about your driver license. Log onto www.servicearizona.com. You will need to pay a $3.00 fee with a debit/credit card to obtain your 39-month motor vehicle record (“MVR”). An MVR will provide the history and status of: • Your driver license, individual…

201310.28
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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…