North Carolina has two types of speeding laws: a “basic speeding law” and “absolute limits.” This article explains the differences between the two and the consequences of a speeding violation. (Also, check out our article that discusses the different types of speeding laws.) Basic Speeding Law
Running a stop sign or red light is one of the most common moving violations (especially popular when police officers must meet their ticket quotas for the month). Here are the basics on the enforcement, defenses and penalties for this offense in North Carolina.
To qualify for a disability parking plates or placards (sometimes referred to as a “handicapped sticker”) in North Carolina, the applicant must meet one of the conditions described below and must obtain a licensed physician’s certification prior to the initial issuance of disability access placards.
North Carolina has laws mandating protection for children in cars. The following table indicates North Carolina’s requirements. The types of child restraints are discussed in more detail below: North Carolina Child Restraint Requirements Age/Weight/Height