In North Carolina there are many ways in which a person’s privilege to drive can be revoked. Many of these revocations come with the ability to obtain a limited privilege. For instance, a person who receives a one year revocation for a first moving violation during a term of suspension is entitled to a limited privilege after 90 days. A person who receives a second moving violation during a term of suspension is entitled to a limited privilege after one year. There are other factors that come into play when obtaining a limited privilege and our firm which has a great raleigh traffic ticket lawyer is aware of these requirements. If you have been suspended for pleading guilty to a revocation offense or an offense that occurred during a term of suspension then give us a call to see if a limited privilege is available to you or if anything else can be done to restore your license.
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