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Stay Current on Your Driver’s License Status

Whether you have been charged with a DUI or not, it is a good idea to keep up to date on the status of your driver’s license.  Checking the status of your driver’s license is very easy and can save you lots of headache down the road.

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

The best way to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information about your driver’s license is to visit http://www.servicearizona.com. By logging onto the site, you will have the option to request your 39 month Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).  You will need to pay a $3.00 fee with a debit or credit card.  An MVR will provide the history and status of:

  • your driver license (individual or commercial)
  • instruction permit
  • identification license
  • title
  • permit
  • lien holder(s)

How Do I Correct Problems with My Driver License?

This is an enormous question and the steps to take depend on the complexity of the problem.

If your address is wrong, change it.  It is incredibly important that your address is current with the MVD.

If you have outstanding fines, pay them.  This is also something you can do online 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 put on a payment program.  Ask that the any restrictions be lifted immediately so that you may obtain your license.

Problems more complex than these will likely require the assistance of an attorney to ensure timely and optimal resolution.

If you or a loved one have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony DUI, it is important to have an experienced DUI attorney on your side.  At Oracle Law Group Office, P.C., we have veteran DUI attorneys who want to handle your case and guide you through this difficult time.  If you or a loved one has been charged with a DUI, every day counts.  Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.  At Oracle Law Group Office, we listen, we care, and we want to help.

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