In 2011 North Carolina passed legislation directed at your drivers. The new statute 20-13.3 sets a mandatory 30 day license revocation for certain young drivers charged with speeding in North Carolina. A young person with a provisional license that is convicted of a speeding violation could also find that his or her ability to obtain a full license is postponed as a result of a conviction.
The purpose of the new law is to deter young drivers from speeding but a conviction will also affect the insurance premium for all of those on the policy. Our firm has handled hundreds of tickets for young drivers. If your child has received a speeding ticket then you should seek the advice of an experienced professional to help you deal with this matter. You should also be aware that in Wake County the district attorneys require young drivers to take a driving school prior to negotiation a plea. Our firm has the knowledge and experience to help you and your child to ensure that your insurance and your child’s ability to obtain a full license is not affected.
What can a Raleigh Traffic Ticket Lawyer do for you?
I have handled thousands of tickets for young drivers in the last 20 years. If you are under 21 or have a provisional license and have been charged with a traffic violation please give me a call for a free no obligation consultation to discuss your case.