6 Types of DUI-related suspensions and revocations
Administrative action by the Arizona Department of Transportation can be initiated to suspend or revoke a driver’s license for any of the following 6 reasons.
- The driver refused an implied consent test.
- The driver was arrested for DUI, extreme DUI, or aggravated DUI.
- The driver submitted to implied consent test (usually Breath and/or Blood) and the BAC result was equal to or greater than 0.08
- The driver was convicted of DUI or extreme DUI with Other convictions within 84 months or convicted of aggravated DUI.
- The driver was operating a commercial vehicle, submitted to a test, and the BAC was equal to or greater than 0.04.
- The driver was under the age of 21 and had any alcohol in his or her body.
- It is important to note the Department of Transportation must hold a hearing when basing a license suspension on a BAC result, refusal to take implied consent test, or a DUI arrest.