DWI In North Carolina But You Live In Another State?
Don’t Jeopardize Your Chances of Getting Your License Back.
What happens if you are from another state and get a DWI in North Carolina?
If you are an out-of-state licensed driver and you have been convicted of a DWI charge in North Carolina, your home state can – and in most cases will – revoke your license. How Is This Possible? All but two states across the country have instituted either the Interstate Driver’s License Compact or the Nonresident Violator Compact, agreements that allow the department of motor vehicles to share information related to your drunk driving conviction between states. Review the map to determine if your state has a compact in place. If so, if your license has been revoked or suspended in North Carolina, your license will likely be revoked or suspended in your home state as well, until you satisfy the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requirements.
Consequences of an Out of State DWI
A DWI charge in North Carolina is a very serious offense. The consequences of your out of state DWI in North Carolina can range from fines, community service, jail time, and mandatory DWI classes or treatment. In addition, your home state will likely suspend your drivers license. This is a time sensitive matter that requires you to follow detailed procedures in order to meet the requirements necessary to get your license back.
How Absolute Advocacy Can Help with an Out of State DWI
We understand what a struggle it is to deal with an out-of-state DWI, which is why we can take care of the entire process on your behalf. Though the process of reinstatement can seem like a hassle, we want you to leave the hassle to us. We will work on your behalf to make sure that you satisfy the North Carolina DMV requirements. Our team has extensive and substantial experience in resolving out of state DWIs. Being familiar with the rules and regulations enables us to satisfy the North Carolina DMV requirements.
Our trained professional staff can assist you as follows:
- Suggest approved DWI or DUI facilities in your state
- Obtain the necessary documents from both your home state and North Carolina DMV offices
- Answer questions you may have about the reinstatement process
- Follow up with the NCDMV to ensure your compliance has been satisfied and documented
If you want to be absolutely sure you get your drivers license back in a timely, efficient manner, you’re in the right place.
How to Proceed?
Got an out of state DWI that you need to settle? Get professional help. Let Absolute Advocacy help you get your driving privileges reinstated as quickly as possible. Call us at 704-215-4095 or send us a message using the form to get your out of state DWI resolved.