The state of Arizona has made it easier for motorists to avoid fines for failing to obey traffic lights, thanks to a new law that lets them drive without an ID card.
Under the new law, drivers with a license who are behind the wheel of a vehicle that has a valid Arizona driver’s license issued by the state can legally drive.
This law was signed into law by Gov.
Doug Ducey in July of this year.
But under Arizona law, people who don’t have a driver’s licence may still be charged with driving without a valid driver’s permit.
The new law was passed after several cases in the past few years where drivers were issued with expired licenses and were unable to prove their age or proof of citizenship.
In one instance, a driver in Phoenix, Arizona, was charged with operating a vehicle with expired license plates after he was caught with a fake driver’s ID.
A law enforcement source told Fox News that the new bill is the first step toward cracking down on driving while intoxicated, but the law is only one piece of legislation that could go into effect in the coming weeks.
The Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and state police will be issuing a list of new IDs to anyone who is convicted of driving while under the influence.
The department will also be releasing an additional list of driver’s licenses, ID cards, and other identification cards for drivers who have a valid driving license issued under Arizona’s Driver’s License Act of 1957.
The DMV said that it will also make it easier to obtain an identification card if a person has been convicted of a felony.
The law will also create a new driver’s education program for those who do not have a license, and will provide them with a form that allows them to request an identity card.