Category: Suspended License

Here in North Carolina, traffic violations and other driving-related infractions are tallied on a driver point system. Every traffic transgression is worth a certain number of points, and eventually, when you lose enough of them, you can lose your license. 

Every single traffic violation comes with attendant penalties. Make no mistake, minor offenses can add up quickly, and the number of points rises quickly with the severity of the violation. 

Furthermore, should you lose enough points quickly enough, you can lose your license entirely. We don’t have to tell you that having [...]

In general, traffic violations (including speeding or driving without insurance) won’t get you thrown in jail. However, there are penalties to these crimes which can make you feel imprisoned.

Case-in-point: having your license suspended. Not being able to drive can be an incredible hardship – especially if you need to get to and from work, school, or other necessary regular activities. You can’t just ignore the suspension and drive anyway, though, because if you get caught, you can face more serious penalties. Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) may result in class 1 misdemeanor [...]

It’s just about time to close the books on 2016, and for many this weird, wild, surprising year probably can’t end soon enough. While you’re blowing off steam this New Year’s Eve, though, make sure that it does not start with a suspended license or DWI charge.

New Year’s Eve is one of the most notorious weekend holidays for drinking and driving. America consistently sees a spike in the number of fatal traffic accidents around the New Year’s holiday, and year after year, driving under the influence causes almost half of all traffic [...]