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FREE ⛎ North Carolina Driver's Handbook à Official NCDMV Driver Manuals The North Carolina Driver s Handbook provides information for obtaining a North Carolina driver license and learner permit It also outlines the process for drivers to maintain their driving privileges and safely operate a motor vehicle Handbooks are available below and at any NC Division of Motor Vehicles driver North Carolina teens will soon be able to get their In North Carolina, after a year of driving under parental supervision with a learners permit, teens take an in person road test to be granted their levellicense, allowing them to drive alone North Carolina Driver s ManualNC DMV Study the NC DMV Driver s Manual Study the North Carolina driving manual and get ready to pass your driver s license, permit or renewal test This page contains the latest version of the NC DMV driver s handbook PDF The North Carolina DMV manual covers a variety of topics, including road rules, road signs and safe driving practices North Carolina Online Drivers Ed and North CarolinaWe do recommend that you check with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles DMV or DVS, North Carolina Department of Education, or North Carolina Department of Driver License Services to make sure that you are old enough to take North Carolina driver education FREE North Carolina DMV Drivers Test Prep To pass your North Carolina permit test, you are expected to know North Carolina traffic laws, road signs, and rules for safe driving All material will be taken from the North Carolina Driver s License manual, which is what our FREE DMV practice test questions are based on Subjects will cover sharing the road, meaning of road signs, navigating Intersections, speeding consequencesOfficial NCDMV Driver Education Courses A driving phase, which involves six hours behind the wheel Upon completion, students receive a Driver s Education Certificate, which allows them to apply for a Level One Limited Learner Permit, the first level of North Carolina s graduated licensing process for drivers under ageOfficial NCDMV Driver Improvement Clinics The NC Division of Motor Vehicles sends a letter to any individual who might qualify for a driver improvement clinic Upon notification, they must apply for a hearing and pay the associated fee NCDMV will then assign a hearing date DMV Office Locations NCDOT North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles NC Agencies Jobs Real Time Traffic some NC Department of Motor Vehicles driver lice nse offices closed Wednesday, MarchBefore visiting an office, please check to see if it is open using the map below Driver License Office Appointments Don t want to stand in line Appointments for in office license and ID card services can be madeFree North Carolina NC DMV Practice Tests So if you want to drive a truck or bus around Charlotte and make money doing it, you ll need a North Carolina commercial driver s license CDL An application fee for A, B or C class vehicle license isper year with justper year for endorsements like passenger and school busses, doubles triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, or air brake restriction removal But then you I have not read one of these in a very long time, but we have relocated from Walla Walla to Durham and there seem to be some cultural differences There is a fair amount of social engineering in this Handbook No doubt some of it will have disproportionate effect There is a price for communicating what works in life and what does not.We are by the way, as of yesterday, fully moved into our new home It has been a long reading drought since I returned to Walla Walla from a visit to the Bay I have not read one of these in a very long time, but we have relocated from Walla Walla to Durham and there seem to be some cultural differences There is a fair amount of social engineering in this Handbook No doubt some of it will have disproportionate effect There is a price for communicating what works in life and what does not.We are by the way, as of yesterday, fully moved into our new home It has been a long reading drought since I returned to Walla Walla from a visit to the Bay Area in early June and realized that my wife was actively looking at homes in Durham I am eager to get back to it So many books out there that must be read.North Carolina recognizes p 14 that drivers eighteen, and younger, areaccident prone and takes prudent measures to address this Drivers eighteen and younger, for example, may not consume any alcohol and drive.North Carolina also requires p 14 applicants for learners permits be currently enrolled in school and making progress toward a high school diploma or that substantial hardship would be placed on the applicant or the applicant s family if he or she does not receive a driver license Such licenses will be revoked if the person stops making progress before turning eighteen A young person can also lose there license for a significant ten day suspension from schoolchokengtitiktitikchokeng 15 If you are applying for a driver license, a learner s permit or an ID card for the first time in North Carolina, you will need to provide proof of your full name and date of birth, your NC residence address, provide your social security number SSN or documentation indicating your legal presence in the U.S You will need to provide proof of vehicle liability insurance when applying for a driver license The insurance policy must reflect your name.Driver s License and Passport meet p 16 17 the requirement for two forms of identification.Social Security Number may also be verified p 17 with a Medicaid or Medicare Card reflecting the SSN p 23 Documents that you may present as proof of vehicle insurance include 1 Form DL 123 from your insurance agent3 An insurance binder2 Vehicle insurance policy reflecting your name and the issue and expiration dates4 An insurance card with your name, the policy number and issue and expiration datesp 23 DMV shall not issue a driver license or identification card to an applicant who has resided in this state for less than 12 months until the division has completed a search of the National Sex Offender Public Registry North Carolina General Statute 20 9 i.Licenses are good p 27 for eight years up to age 66 then they are good for five yearschokengtitiktitikchokeng 30 Everyone s driving is impaired at a blood alcohol concentration, or BAC, of 0.08 percent, but many people are affected at much lower levels Research shows that the risk of being involved in a crash increases when the alcohol level is 0.05 percent, and at 0.08 percent, the risk of causing a fatal crash is even greaterchokengtitiktitikchokeng 35 No points shall be assessed for convictions of the following offensesCarrying concealed weapon p 38 North Carolina law requires that a restoration fee of 65 be paid to the DMV before a suspension or revocation can be cleared This fee is not required if the license was taken for medical or health reasons following a medical evaluation A 130 restoration fee is required when the revocation results from a DWI conviction Also, a service fee of 50 is required upon restoration of a revoked or suspended driver license unless the license was surrendered to the court or mailed to the DMV before the effective date of the suspension or revocationchokengtitiktitikchokeng 39 Try to set a limit of 300 400 miles of driving per day.I like that onechokengtitiktitikchokeng 41 Alcohol reduces your ability to drive safely No one drives as well after drinking alcohol, even though some people may look and act as though they are unaffectedchokengtitiktitikchokeng 44 North Carolina law prohibits children less than age 16 from riding in the open bed of a pick up truckchokengtitiktitikchokeng 45 It is dangerous and deadly to leave children and or animals in a vehicle During the spring and summer months, after sitting in the sun, with even a slightly opened window, the temperature can rise rapidly inside a parked vehiclechokengtitiktitikchokeng 46 The maximum speed limit for a school bus is 45 mphthe driver of any other vehicle approaching the school bus must stop and not attempt to pass the school bus until the mechanical stop signal is withdrawn, the flashing red lights are turned off and the bus has started to movechokengtitiktitikchokeng 47 Do not park within 100 feet of an emergency vehicle that has stopped toinvestigate an accident or to give assistance Do not drive or park closer than one block from fire trucks responding to a fire alarm There is good advice p 48 on how to not get shot, and reduce the officer s stress, when stoppedchokengtitiktitikchokeng 49 But when the lead vehicle has crossed the intersection in accordance with the traffic control sign or signal, or when directed to do so by a law enforcement officer or funeral director, or when being led by a law enforcement vehicle, all vehicles in the funeral procession may proceed through the intersection without stopping, while using extra care towards other vehicles or pedestrianschokengtitiktitikchokeng 50 On the other hand, driving below the posted speed limit can also be dangerouschokengtitiktitikchokeng 51 Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit is 35 mph in cities and townschokengtitiktitikchokeng 52 The Two Second Rule The two second rule says that you should allow two seconds between the time the vehicle ahead of you passes a given point and the time your vehicle reaches the same pointchokengtitiktitikchokeng 52 Passing 3 Blow the horn to signal the driver aheadThe law requires the passing driver to pass at least two feet to the left of the vehicle being passed You have not passed safely if the vehicle you have passed must slow down to allow you back into your correct lanechokengtitiktitikchokeng 54 Rules to follow when backing your vehicle 1 Before entering your vehicle, check behind it for small objects or children once you are in the driver s seat, it is hard to see them 2 To maintain a full view of what is behind the vehicle, steer with your left hand and look over your right shoulder through the back window do not depend on mirrors alone or looking through the side window 3.Back very slowly, notthan 10 mph your vehicle is harder to control and to stop when it is backingchokengtitiktitikchokeng 54 Places where you should not park p 55 Never change lanes while you are moving straight ahead through an intersectionchokengtitiktitikchokeng 58 When entering the interstate, use the acceleration lane until your vehicle s speed matches that of the other traffic and then merge safely p 59 It is dangerous to drive very far below the posted speed limit Follow the flow of traffic if you can do so without speedingchokengtitiktitikchokeng 63 Be in the habit of signalling your movements even when you do not see others on the road.Signal at least the last 100 feet before turning or stopping If the speed limit is 45 mph or , signal at least the last 200 feet before turningchokengtitiktitikchokeng 65 Driving slower than the surrounding traffic is a major cause of rear end crashes in work zoneschokengtitiktitikchokeng 67 Never use cruise control when it is raining or after it has been rainingchokengtitiktitikchokeng 67 All North Carolina motorists are required to use headlights whenever they are using windshield wipers due to inclement weatherchokengtitiktitikchokeng 71 Do not PUMP anti lock brakeschokengtitiktitikchokeng 73a right turn can be made after coming to a complete stopchokengtitiktitikchokeng 75 Traffic signs are divided into three types 1 Regulatory Signs 2 Warning Signs chokengtitiktitikchokeng 77 3 Guide Informational Signsp 80 Yellow lines separate travel lanes moving in opposite directions White lines separate travel lanes moving in the same directionchokengtitiktitikchokeng 81 Bicyclists usually ride on the right side of the lane, but are entitled to use the full lanechokengtitiktitikchokeng 82 When passing a bicyclist, always remember the bicyclist is entitled to use of the full lanechokengtitiktitikchokeng 82 All bicycle riders and passengers under age 16 must wear an approved protective bicycle helmet and must be seated on a saddle seat.A passenger weighing less than 40 pounds or less than 40 inches in height must be seated in a bicycle restraining seatchokengtitiktitikchokeng 85 In most of these crashes, the driver of the car is at fault The driver usually claims he or she did not see the motorcyclechokengtitiktitikchokeng 87 Volunteer groups are asked to recycle as much of the litter they pick up as possible By recycling, Adopt A Highway volunteers are making an even greater contribution to their communities environmentschokengtitiktitikchokeng 89 Plastic license plate covers are prohibited GS 20 63gchokengtitiktitikchokeng 93 All motor vehicles registered in North Carolina must be inspected annuallychokengtitiktitikchokeng 93 If your vehicle is light duty, gasoline powered, three years old or less, and registered in one of the 48 emissions counties, it may be exempt from an emissions inspection under General Statute 20 183.2p 93 Vehicles with less than 70,000 miles and within the three most recent model years will receive a safety only inspection a real snoozerzzz