Points on your driver’s license vary depending on the type of violation. Here are a few examples:
In North Carolina, your license may be suspended if you receive 12 points or more within a three-year period.
In North Carolina, adding an after-factory window tint to your vehicle must meet the state specifications. If your window tint exceeds these specifications, you may receive a ticket.
In North Carolina, it is required by law that vehicles must carry insurance for liability and uninsured/underinsured motorist. If you are driving a vehicle that does not have the minimum coverage, you may receive a ticket. You may also receive a ticket if your insurance has lapsed or is not active.
All vehicles in North Carolina are required to renew state registration yearly. Renewing your registration requires paying a renewal fee and taxes. Before you can renew your vehicle registration, your vehicle must pass a safety and/or emissions test. Once this test is complete and reported to the state, you are eligible to renew your North Carolina vehicle registration. Failure to renew your registration may result in fines and traffic tickets.