28-914

A.R.S. 28-914 Using a Portable Wireless Communication Device While Driving

A.R.S. 28-914 provides in relevant part: A. Unless a motor vehicle is parked or stopped pursuant to section 28-645, subsection A, paragraph 3 or section 28-851, a person may not operate a motor vehicle on a street or highway if the person does either of the following: 1. Physically holds or supports with any part of the person’s body either …

Masking of convictions prohibited

Masking of Convictions for CDL Holders is Prohibited

“Masking” refers to taking steps to prevent a violation committed by a driver holding a commercial driver license (CDL) from showing up on the driver’s CDLIS (Commercial Driver’s License Information System) record. 49 CFR § 384.226 addresses the prohibition on masking convictions: The State must not mask, defer imposition of judgment, or allow an individual to enter into a diversion program that …

unauthorized minor drive

Permitting an Unauthorized Minor to Drive, 28-3474

A.R.S. 28-3474 provides that “A person who knowingly causes or permits the person’s child or ward or any person under eighteen years of age to drive a motor vehicle on a highway if the person is not authorized under this chapter or in violation of this chapter is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor. ” What does it mean to …

Driver Vehicle Examination Report

Fighting an Examination Report Through DataQs

When a commercial vehicle is stopped, there are two things that may result. A Traffic Ticket and Complaint A Driver/Vehicle Examination Report These two things have different options available, as discussed below. Traffic Ticket and Complaint This is, as the name states, a traffic ticket. The traffic ticket is filed with a court, and the driver can challenge the ticket …