Depending on the reason for the suspension, the manner in which you reinstate may vary. For example, court ordered suspensions require a clearance from the court. Other suspensions may require an SR-22. Once any required documentation is obtained, take the documents to your local driver license facility and pay the appropriate reinstatement and reapplication fees. A vision screening will be required, and you may be asked to take a written and/or road skills test.
If you have met all the requirements to reinstate except for paying the fees, then you may be able to reinstate at the Service Arizona website by clicking here.