Navigating the North Carolina Court System and the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can be difficult for many people who are not familiar with the process of obtaining and maintaining your driver’s license. There are many situations that can lead to suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. These situations could include:

  • Driving While Impaired (DWI)/ Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • 30 Day Civil revocation due to a DWI/DUI charge
  • Driving While License Revoked
  • Speeding Tickets
  • Too many License points
  • Driving charges while your License is Suspended
  • Failure to pay Court fines and fees
  • Failure to appear in Court

If your license is suspended, the suspension can be temporary or permanent. Once you have completed the terms of the suspension, you may need to apply for a license at the NC DMV and show proof of insurance. These terms include but are not limited to paying court costs, handling a traffic ticket, etc.

If your license is revoked, the DMV has terminated your driving privilege for a period of time and could be permanent. The requirements for reinstatement could include a period of time without driving, a driving while impaired assessment, payment of fine and fees, and a hearing before the NC DMV. You will also need to apply for a license and show proof of insurance to obtain your driver license.

Contact Dobson Legal, PLLC at 910-239-7874 to assist you in reviewing your North Carolina driving record and coming up with a plan to restore your license to drive in North Carolina.