“Pursuant to ARS 28-1385, your Arizona driver license/permit or nonresident driving privilege is suspended for not less than 90 consecutive days effective 15 days from Date Served. If a review of your driver record indicates that you have completed alcohol or drug screening and are eligible for a 60-day restricted driving permit, one will automatically be mailed to your address of record within 45 days from Date Served. This order is final unless a summary review or hearing is requested online or in writing and received within 15 days from Date Served. This suspension is a result of a test to which you submitted. This suspension will not end until all reinstate requirements are met including completion of alcohol or drug screening.”
As you can see, there’s only fifteen days to request a hearing to delay or contest the suspension. If you don’t timely file a hearing request, the suspension automatically starts on day sixteen. If you, or your attorney, timely requests a hearing, the suspension is “stayed” (delayed) until a hearing is held at MVD’s Executive Hearing Office. A timely hearing request will delay the suspension for a few months. If you request a hearing, the Admin Per Se document serves as your temporary license until MVD makes a final decision on the suspension.