TO PROVIDE ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO ARE NOT RESIDENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND WHO HAVE A VALID MILITARY IDENTIFICATION AN EXEMPTION FROM HAVING A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE SO LONG AS THE PERSON HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY LICENSED AND THE LICENSE IS NOT IN A STATE OF SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION.
Enacts new GS 20-8(8) to provide as title indicates. Requires the nonresident to be at least 16 years old, a member of the Armed Forces or a reserve component of the Armed Forces, carry a valid military identification card issued by the U.S. Department of Defense showing the member to be on active duty, and carry a valid or expired drivers license from the driver’s home state or country, if the nonresident is operating a motor vehicle in North Carolina. Indicates that the exemption will not apply if the member’s drivers license or privileges to drive have been invalidated in any way by the member’s home state, the country, or North Carolina.
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