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Welcome to Arizona! As a new driver to this state you will need to be aware of our unique traffic laws and regulations. Here's what you need to keep in mind while driving in Arizona. Some of these rules may be the same as what you're already used to, but others will be drastically different!
If you have outstanding or unresolved actions in any state, an Arizona license will not be issued.
A conviction stays on your record for five years from the date of conviction.
If you accumulate 8 or more points in any 12 month period, you must attend Traffic Survival School or your license will be suspended up to 12 months.
Arizona requires that every motor vehicle operated on our roadways be covered by one of the statutory forms of financial responsibility, more commonly called liability insurance, through a company that is authorized to do business in Arizona. This includes golf carts, motorcycles, and mopeds.
You must dim your headlights from high to low beam within 500 feet of an oncoming vehicle and within 200 feet when following another vehicle.
You must use your headlights:
There is no specific law allowing or prohibiting headlight flashing.
The Open Container Law prohibits possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in the passenger area of any motor vehicle, by any occupant of the vehicle, on any public highway or right of way, whether or not the vehicle is in motion.
Speeding violations when workers are present are subject to two times the original fine.
Signal your intention to turn or change lanes at least 100 feet in advance.
Hazard light use is permitted to warn other drivers of the presence of a vehicular traffic hazard requiring the exercise of unusual care in approaching, overtaking or passing, including disabled or parked vehicles.
A 3-foot minimum passing distance is required.
You may not drive off the roadway to pass on the right.
When you see any stationary or parked vehicle displaying alternately flashing lights or warning lights, you must do the following:
Provide the following information to any other person involved in the accident, or to any police officer at the scene of the crash: