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Suspended Licenses

In Arizona, a legal driving license is issued to vehicle drivers that follow the rules of the road. However, these driving privileges can be revoked if you fail to obey state laws and regulations.

Common Reasons for Drivers License Suspension

There are numerous reasons why an Arizona car owner may face a drivers license suspension. The most common instances, however, are listed below:

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License in Person

The first thing a suspended driver must do is complete his or her driving license suspension period. Thereafter, you will be required to order an investigation packet through the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division. Once a thorough investigation is complete, if you are deemed eligible for reinstatement, you will receive a Permission to Apply Notice.

The steps to reinstate suspended drivers licenses will depend on the offense or violation you committed. For example, drivers with a DUI conviction are required to present proof of SR22 insurance at their local MVD office.

Although the reinstatement procedure may vary case to case, the standard guidelines are as follows:

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License in Mail

The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division also accepts reinstatement fees via mail. If applicable, you will need to gather the aforementioned items and payment, and send them to this address:

Motor Vehicle Division

P.O. Box 2100

MD 510

Phoenix, AZ 85001

How to Reinstate a Suspended Drivers License Online

In order to reinstate suspended drivers licenses online, visit the ServiceArizona page to get started on your transaction. Make sure to have the correct form of payment, either a credit card or a debit card, to pay any reinstatement fees. You will be asked to enter personal information, such as your full name and drivers license number to complete the process, which will end with a print confirmation receipt.

Take note that certain MVD scheduled maintenance occurs on a weekly basis. Online transactions cannot be conducted during these time frames: