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Time Periods For Utah’s Ard Status


  • A first DUI or impaired driving offense triggers Utah’s two year alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status.
  • A first DUI offense with bodily injury, a passenger under the age of 16 or a passenger under the age of 19 if the driver is 21 years old or older triggers Utah’s five year alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status.
  • A second DUI or impaired driver offense within 10 years triggers Utah’s 10 year alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status.
  • A felony DUI triggers Utah’s life time alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status.
  • A violation of the alcohol or ignition interlock restriction triggers Utah’s alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status for an additional three years.
  • A refusal to submit to chemical testing after a DUI arrest triggers Utah’s alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status for five years.
  • If the driver is under the age of 21 then Utah’s alcohol restricted driver (ARD) status is triggered until the driver turns 21 years old.

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