ok. I will be keeping my GA DL when i live in NC. I read up on it and im not required to get a NC DL if im attentening a college in NC and planning on comming back to my home state. YAY!
ALSO, Georgia is NOT part of the "Driver License Compact" so if i do get a ticket, GA will never put it on my record correct???
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Reading over NC law...I found this. But kinda confusing....
Manslaughter or negligent homicide involving a motor vehicle
Prearranged highway racing or lending a car for such
Hit-and-Run with bodily injury or death
Driving Under the Influence
Driving with a blood alcohol level of .08% or greater
Driving a commercial vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .04% or greater
Driving while impaired
Transporting illegal intoxicating liquor for sale.
Highway racing or lending a car for such (not prearranged)
Speeding to elude arrest.
Driving during revocation or suspension of license or registration.
Hit-and-Run, with property damage only
Passing a stopped school bus displaying its stop sign and signals
Speeding in excess of 75 mph
Speeding in excess of 80 mph in a 70 mph zone
Driving after consuming alcohol if the driver is under 21 years of age.
Speeding in excess of 55 mph but less than 76 mph
Driving on wrong side of road
At-Fault accident resulting in property damage in excess of $1,500, but less than $2,500.
All other moving violations or at-fault accidents resulting in property damage of $1500 or less and bodily injury of $500 or less.
EXCEPTIONS: No points will be charged for: Speeding 10 mph or less over the posted speed limit provided that (1) the violation did not occur in a school zone; and (2) there is a clean driving record for the previous three years. [BUT, if a person gets a second moving violation within the three year period, then the points for BOTH tickets are assessed!!]. Additionally, each household can use one prayer for judgment continued (pjc) every three years as long as no one else in the household has used a PJC during that time. If multiple violations occur, only the violation with the higher point value is assessed. Lastly, points exceptions exist for certain at-fault accidents involving contact with animals or fowl, flying gravel or falling objects. - http://www.plylerlaw.com/in.html
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So If the PSL is 70mph, I cant be cited for doing 80mph? But then I would get 2 points?
And what if the PSL is 65 mph, I can do 75mph without being cited?