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Suspended license in Arizona
Reinstate your license after following the MVD's steps, but beware of higher penalties for DUIs.
Arizona takes license suspensions seriously, especially if it’s related to a DUI. On the other hand, minor offenses may require nothing more than a period without driving and a few minor fees to get your license back. Plus, suspended drivers here have more high-risk insurance options than other states, especially if they use a specific nonprofit.
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