Driver License Division - DUI FAQ<
- What is an "Alcohol Restricted" driving privilege?
- How long will I be alcohol restricted?
- Will this constraint show on my driver license certificate?
- How will this affect my driving privilege?
- What will happen if I violate the alcohol restricted license?
- Since I'm licensed in another state, how will this affect me?
- Can I obtain a limited license?
You must not drive with any alcohol in your system.
- A driver under the age of 21 is an alcohol restricted driver;
- Two (2) years for a first conviction for DUI, alcohol related reckless driving, or impaired driving (effective 7-1-08);
- Two (2) years for PerSe arrest;
- Three (3) years for a conviction for an alcohol restricted driver violation;
- Three (3) years for a conviction for an ignition interlock violation;
- Five (5) years for a first arrest for refusal to submit a chemical test;
- Ten (10) years for a second conviction for DUI or alcohol related reckless driving or a second arrest for refusal to submit to a chemical test within ten years of a first offense;
- Lifetime for a felony DUI or automobile homicide.
No, this restriction will be indicated on your driving history only. Law enforcement, courts and other legitimate requestors will have access to this information.
You must not drive with any alcohol in your system. The restriction begins on the conviction date for DUI, alcohol-related reckless driving or automobile homicide, or the effective date of a suspension or revocation for PerSe arrest or refusal to submit a chemical test. Once you are eligible to reinstate your driving privilege, the alcohol restriction will remain in effect until the time period is expired.
A conviction for a violation of the "Alcohol Restricted" license law will result in a one (1) year revocation of your driving privilege.
Although you are not currently licensed in the state of Utah, your privilege to drive in the State of Utah is affected by this law. The alcohol restriction period will apply as listed above if you are driving in the state of Utah, regardless of the state in which you are licensed. If convicted for a violation of UCA 41-6a-530, your Utah driving privilege will be revoked for a period of one (1) year.
You must be violation free for at least one year to be eligible for a limited license.
[Last Update - Thursday, 08-Aug-2013 14:01:44 MDT]