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If someone refuses to submit to an on-site screening test or a chemical test, can their driving privileges be revoked?

Yes - If someone refuses to submit to an on-site screening test or a chemical test, their driving privileges may be revoked for up to four years.  Under North Dakota's implied consent law, anyone who operates a motor vehicle is deemed to have given consent to a chemical test.  (Reference NDCC Chapter 39-20.)