TO INCREASE PUBLIC SAFETY BY REQUIRING AN APPLICANT FOR A DRIVERS LICENSE TO BE ABLE TO SPEAK OR READ AND WRITE ENGLISH WITH ENOUGH PROFICIENCY THAT THE PRODUCTION OF MULTIPLE TESTS AND HANDBOOKS BY THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IS NOT NECESSARY THEREBY NETTING A COST SAVINGS TO THE STATE.
Amends GS 20-7(b1) and 20-7(c), which relate to the application and test for a drivers license, to provide as title indicates. Prohibits the Division of Motor Vehicles from publishing any examination or handbook in a language other than English. Applies to license applications and renewals on or after October 1, 2011.
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