Limited Driving Privileges

North Carolina Driving While Impaired: Limited Driving Privileges

A North Carolina DWI (Driving While Impaired) arrest will result in an automatic “civil revocation” of a person’s driving privileges in North Carolina. If the person holds a NC driver’s license, the person’s license is revoked for 30 days and the person may not drive in any state, including North Carolina. If the person holds…

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Restoring North Carolina Driving Privileges following a DWI Conviction

In North Carolina, driving privileges can be suspended upon conviction of three DUIs within 10 years. If a driver is convicted of a habitual DUI, his license is suspended permanently and he can never drive again on North Carolina’s roads. I’ve received some inquiries from individuals who have had their licenses suspended in North Carolina,…

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