North Carolina Traffic Laws
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North Carolina Traffic Laws

Below is a list of the North Carolina statutes dealing with traffic laws. There are links for you to review the statute that you are being charged with violating on your traffic ticket citation. A simple reading of the statute may not be enough for you to defend your traffic ticket by yourself at trial. An experienced North Carolina traffic ticket attorney knows how the laws are applied, and knows how to use the law to help you obtain the best possible results.

The 2013 North Carolina General Statutes



Article 1 - Division of Motor Vehicles.

Article 1A - Reciprocity Agreements as to Registration and Licensing.

Article 1B - Reciprocal Provisions as to Arrest of Nonresidents. 

Article 1C - Drivers License Compact. 

Article 2 - Uniform Driver's License Act. 

Article 2A - Afflicted, Disabled or Handicapped Persons. 

Article 2B - Special Identification Cards for Nonoperators. 

Article 2C - Commercial Driver License. 

Article 2D - Implied-Consent Offense Procedures. 

Article 3 - Motor Vehicle Act of 1937. 

Article 3A - Safety and Emissions Inspection Program. 

Article 3B - Permanent Weigh Stations and Portable Scales. 

Article 3C - Vehicle Equipment Safety Compact. 

Article 4 - State Highway Patrol. 

Article 5 - Enforcement of Collection of Judgments against Irresponsible Drivers of Motor Vehicles. 

Article 6 - Giving Publicity to Highway Traffic Laws through the Public Schools. 

Article 6A - Motor Carriers of Migratory Farm Workers. 

Article 7 - Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Motor Vehicles. 

Article 7A - Post-Towing Procedures. 

Article 8 - Habitual Offenders. 

Article 8A - Issuance of New Licenses to Persons Adjudged Habitual Offenders. 

Article 9 - Motor Vehicle Safety and Financial Responsibility Act. 

Article 9A - Motor Vehicle Safety and Financial Responsibility Act of 1953. 

Article 10 - Financial Responsibility of Taxicab Operators. 

Article 11 - Liability Insurance Required of Persons Engaged in Renting Motor Vehicles. 

Article 12 - Motor Vehicle Dealers and Manufacturers Licensing Law. 

Article 12A - Motor Vehicle Captive Finance Source Law. 

Article 13 - The Vehicle Financial Responsibility Act of 1957. 

Article 13A - Certification of Automobile Insurance Coverage by Insurance Companies. 

Article 14 - Driver Training School Licensing Law. 

Article 15 - Vehicle Mileage Act. 

Article 15A - New Motor Vehicles Warranties Act. 

Article 15B - North Carolina Motor Vehicle Repair Act. 

Article 16 - Professional Housemoving. 

Article 17 - Motor Carrier Safety Regulation Unit.