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I think you can submit it either 60 or 90 days before it expires, I forget exactly. From other sites it appears the best bet lately has been to drop it off in person and it seems to get processed quicker
 
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Maricopa County sent the letter suspending my driver's license for 90 days US Mail, so of course By the time I got it, 45 days had already passed. It's hard for me to make money without a DL
Back in another state, there was a way to get a temporary DL that was good for certain hours of the day, for travel to and from work, emergencies, etc. If there is an "any questions" number on that suspension notice, you might calling them. Good luck.
 
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Back in another state, there was a way to get a temporary DL that was good for certain hours of the day, for travel to and from work, emergencies, etc. If there is an "any questions" number on that suspension notice, you might calling them. Good luck.
That suspended license thing happened to me almost 20 years ago, Arizona didn't give a crap if I made it to work or not. I wound up paying an unemployed friend to drive me to my jobs for the rest of the 90 days. AZ is a 'right to work State', that means it's also a right to get screwed over state
 
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That suspended license thing happened to me almost 20 years ago, Arizona didn't give a crap if I made it to work or not. I wound up paying an unemployed friend to drive me to my jobs for the rest of the 90 days. AZ is a 'right to work State', that means it's also a right to get screwed over state
I have a Co worker thinking of living there. I’m more sure now is the time to head to a state that can’t figure out it’s stance on many issues
 
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Came from Oregon after ten years of regime one party politics. Air is better in Arizona. Been Teamster, IBEW and can attest I represented myself at work better than any organization. In Arizona don't feel the oppression of State and Local government on my person or property. One man's opinion. Conceal carry holder from Utah, Georgia, Oregon and Alaska. Rather not have to ask for permission from the State.
 
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My bank won't accept my ccw card as an ID, I tell them it's the only card I had to go through an extensive background check to have but it's just 'duh' with them
Didn't you know a "real and stringent" form of i.d. isn't one to identify, it's an ez to forge, generic i.d.
If you know what I mean.
 
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My AZ ccw expired in March. I sent my renewal and money in early February. Sent several emails and left voicemail.No contact with them.

Anyone else having a problem? Other than that office, who else should I try and contact?
Sent mine back in February. Nothing, wouldn't answer emails or calls. Finally went down in person to inquire and supposedly mine was 'stuck' in the system. I got it in the mail the next week.
 
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Didn't you know a "real and stringent" form of i.d. isn't one to identify, it's an ez to forge, generic i.d.
If you know what I mean.
If you're saying the bank is stupid for not accepting the only ID I have that involves a full & complete background check then I agree. I mean those bastards already have my AZ drivers license, what more do they want?
 
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Yeah, just a little sarcasm on how upside-down a worthless driver's license can be, at least for lawful purposes. Any, shall we say, citizen, can get one. Yet a conceal carry permit is federally scrutinized. A bank shouldn't be that ignorant.
 

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