My Child Has a NC Provisional License and Received a Ticket, What Happens Now?

There are different rules involved if the individual who receives a ticket holds a Provisional License. In North Carolina, those under 18 years of age are issued Provisional Licenses.

If convicted of two moving violations within 12 months, there is a chance the Provisional License will be suspended for 30 Days.

With a third conviction, this moves to a possible 90 days.

A fourth moving violation could render the Provisional License suspended for six months.

Insurance for young drivers is high enough, so getting points on a Provisional License can start eating a family’s monthly budget when the insurance rates start spiking.

The McGee Law Firm has handled many cases where a Provisional Licensensed driver was issued a moving violation.

We work hard to mitigate the damage and keep points to zero or as low as possible, given the circumstances surrounding the moving violation.

Types of Traffic Violation Cases We Handle

+ Moving Violations

+ Non-Moving Violations

+ Speeding Tickets

+ School Zone Speeding

+ Work Zone Speeding

+ Stopped School Bus

+ Work Zone Speeding

+ Stopped School Bus

+ Reckless Driving

+ Red Light

+ Stop Sign

+ Hit & Run

+ Revoked License

+ DMV Restoration Hearings

+ No Insurance

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