Top Rated Greensboro Traffic Attorneys on Texting

In Criminal, Traffic by GWAO

Top rated Greensboro Traffic Attorneys on Texting While Driving laws aim to educate lawyers and the public.

Texting while driving is an infraction punishable by court costs and a $100 fine. No insurance points or license points are assessed.

Texting while operating a school bus is a Class 2 misdemeanor, with a minimum $100 fine.

Under a 2014 revision, the unlawful use of a cell phone (texting) while operating a commercial vehicle now falls under the definition section of N.C.G.S. 20-4.01941(a), making it a “serious traffic violation.” Two such convictions within three years will revoke the individual’s commercial license for 60 days; three such convictions will result in a 120 day revocation.