Being charged with DWI in North Carolina results in an automatic revocation of your driver’s license regardless of whether you are convicted of DWI. This creates a very frustrating situation because you are unable to drive to work, take your children to school or perform other necessary tasks. This situation becomes worse if you are convicted of driving while impaired because you can lose your driving privileges for a longer period. However, North Carolina DWI laws allow some drivers to obtain limited driving privileges or a work license even though they are charged with DWI.
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