Out Of State Residents
Arrested For DUI In Arizona.
If you live out-of-state
and have been arrested or convicted for a DUI in Arizona, you will
still be able to drive outside Arizona until notified by your home
state that your driver’s license has been suspended. U.S.
states subscribe to a centralized database that keeps track of driving
records nationwide. Therefore, once your state gets word of your
DUI, they will revoke your driving privileges. This usually takes
If you are relocating out-of-state and have
appealed your DUI charge, you may be able to obtain an out-of-state
driver’s license prior to the settlement of your case. Expect
to go through a lot of red tape.