When you were released after your DUI arrest you were given a pink temporary license. That paper has allowed you to continue to drive pending a DMV hearing. But here is the problem, the paper reads it is only good for 30 days. What do you do?
As long as you hired an attorney within the first 10 days or set a hearing then the DMV will stay the suspension which means that the temporary will remain valid until a decision has been rendered. Often the state is slow to issue a secondary temporary or send a renewed license so in the mean time you can continue to drive on the pink license without worry. Eventually the department will mail you a white piece of paper that will supersede the pink document. Many times the reason for the delay is that paperwork may be slow in arriving or the lawyer may be seeking a change of venue.
In the interim it may be a good idea to obtain a CA ID card which will have a picture on it that can be used as an official ID card.
If you are pulled over and the officer runs your license it will come up valid. However, the last thing you need is another ticket or violation so be be careful and do not get pulled over while the APS hearing is pending.