If the administrative alcohol license suspension or license revocation action is upheld by the administrative hearing examiner, the driver ‘s license is suspended or revoked depending on the driver’s five-year driver record. If the driver has been convicted or suspended during the past five years for an alcohol-related law enforcement contact, the driver’s license is revoked for one year. If not, a 30-day suspension is imposed on the driver. The 30-day suspension is followed by a 60-day period of restricted driving privileges.
The suspension or revocation becomes effective 15 days after the final order of the hearing officer is mailed from the Department of Revenue.
If the driver does not request a hearing, a suspension or revocation begins on the 15th day after the arrest, and is final.