Hi, as some of you may already know, I have stated that I was formerly stationed in NC while I was on active duty and thus know some of the laws regarding license suspensions for certain speeding violations in N.C. I do know for a fact that the N.C. dmv will suspend a license if you are convicted for 71 in a 55 or 81 in a 65 etc (a.k.a. greater than 15 mph OVER the speed limit). However, if you visit the N.C. dmv's website it states that they can or may also suspend a license for any conviction in excess of 75 MPH and I was wondering if this is really enforced by the N.C. dmv as I sometimes drive in N.C. while I am visiting family out there and wouldn't want them to suspend my privilege to drive in N.C. because they will report the suspension to my home state. The way I am interpreting this is this way: For example, one gets tagged during Operation Slow Down and receives a ticket for 80 in a 70 mph zone and simply pays off the ticket then the DMV will suspend the license because the conviction was in excess of 75 MPH. Can anyone provide any clarification on this?