When you are stopped for a DUI in Arizona, the Arizona MVD imposes a 90-day driver’s license suspension. After the first 30 days, you can apply for an AZ restricted driver’s license if you have completed an MVD alcohol screening. This is a brief drug and alcohol evaluation that determines how many DUI classes you will need to take if you are convicted of an Arizona DUI. Arizona DUI courts also require a DUI screening, so why not get your screening at Arizona’s best DUI provider? We offer online DUI screenings as well as on-site.
The first step in getting back to driving is to get an MVD screening. This will enable you to apply for an AZ restricted driver’s license after you’ve waited 30 days of your 90-day driver’s license suspension. Now if you have a high-speed internet connection and a webcam, you can complete a face-to-face Scottsdale MVD screening online. Call today for your appointment.