When you are stopped for a DUI in Arizona, you suffer a 90-day license suspension. After 30 days of the AZ driver’s license suspension, you can apply for an AZ restricted driver’s license if you complete a DUI screening. This is a brief alcohol and drug evaluation that determines how many hours of DUI classes you’ll need to complete if you are convicted of an Arizona DUI. You can complete an AZ alcohol screening online or at our conveniently located offices. All alcohol screenings accepted by MVD and all alcohol and drug screenings approved by AZ courts.
There is no better way to get an MVD required alcohol screening. We provide a face-to-face screening either on-site or online. On-site is a comfortable upscale office where you get your DUI screening with the best-trained and most nonjudgmental DUI screeners available. Your online DUI screening is the same, except you get to complete it from the convenience of your own home, office or even school. Why wait? Now you can complete the alcohol or drug screening evaluation and apply for an AZ restricted driver’s license right after you’ve waited 30 days of your 90-day license suspension.