Greensboro DWLR driving privileges are available.
The DWLR Privilege:
Is the revocation for either: 1. Conviction of DWLR (N.C.G.S. § 20-28(a)) -or-
2. A moving violation committed during a period of revocation (N.C.G.S. § 20-28.1)
Have they completed the required compliance period based on their revocation status? 1. 90 days for a One-Year Revocation
2. 12 months for a Two-Year Revocation
3. Two Years for a Permanent Revocation
Did the underlying offense giving rise to the revocation involve impaired driving? -or-
Did the moving violation committed during the period of revocation involve impaired driving?
Has the revocation period for the underlying offense (if applicable) expired?
Is the revocation referenced in STEP 1 the only revocation in effect?
Do they have any pending motor vehicle charges or unpaid nes anywhere in the United States?
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Are they eligible for any other type of limited driving privilege?
Have they had this type of limited driving privilege at any time during the last three years?
Are they prohibited from receiving a North Carolina license under N.C.G.S. § 20- 9(e) or (f), or is an out-of-state license revoked?