State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_20

§ 20-1. Division of Motor Vehicles established.
§ 20-2. Commissioner of Motor Vehicles; rules.
§ 20-3. Organization of Division.
§ 20-3.1. Purchase of additional airplanes.
§ 20-4: Repealed by Session Laws 2002-190, s. 4, effective January 1, 2003.
§ 20-4.01. Definitions.
§ 20-4.1. Declaration of policy.
§ 20-4.2. Definitions.
§ 20-4.3. Commissioner may make reciprocity agreements, arrangements or declarations.
§ 20-4.4. Authority for reciprocity agreements; provisions; reciprocity standards.
§ 20-4.5. Base-state registration reciprocity.
§ 20-4.6. Repealed by Session Laws 1997-122, s. 1.
§ 20-4.7. Extension of reciprocal privileges to lessees authorized.
§ 20-4.8. Automatic reciprocity, when.
§ 20-4.9. Suspension of reciprocity benefits.
§ 20-4.10. Agreements to be written, filed and available for distribution.
§ 20-4.11. Reciprocity agreements in effect at time of Article.
§ 20-4.12. Article part of and supplemental to motor vehicle registration law.
§§ 20-4.13 through 20-4.17. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-4.18. Definitions.
§ 20-4.19. Issuance of citation to nonresident; officer to report noncompliance.
§ 20-4.20. Division to transmit report to reciprocating state; suspension of license for noncompliance with citation issued by reciprocating state.
§ 20-4.21. Title of Article.
§ 20-4.22. Commissioner may make reciprocity agreements, arrangements, or declarations.
§ 20-4.23. Legislative findings and policy.
§ 20-4.24. Reports of convictions; effect of reports.
§ 20-4.25. Review of license status in other states upon application for license in member state.
§ 20-4.26. Effect on other laws or agreements.
§ 20-4.27. Effect on other State driver license laws.
§ 20-4.28. Administration and exchange of information.
§ 20-4.29. Withdrawal from Drivers License Compact.
§ 20-4.30. Construction and severability.
§ 20-5. Title of Article.
§ 20-6. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-7. Issuance and renewal of drivers licenses.
§ 20-7.01: Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 667, s. 43.
§ 20-7.1. Notice of change of address or name.
§ 20-7.2. Repealed by Session Laws 1987, c. 581, s. 2.
§ 20-7.3. Availability of organ, eye, and tissue donor cards at motor vehicle offices.
§ 20-7.4. License to Give Trust Fund established.
§ 20-7.5. License to Give Trust Fund Commission established.
§ 20-7.6. Powers and duties of the License to Give Trust Fund Commission.
§ 20-8. Persons exempt from license.
§ 20-9. What persons shall not be licensed.
§ 20-9.1. Physicians and psychologists providing medical information on drivers with physical and mental disabilities.
§ 20-9.2. Selective service system registration requirements.
§ 20-9.3. Notification of requirements for sex offender registration.
§ 20-10. Age limits for drivers of public passenger-carrying vehicles.
§ 20-10.1. Mopeds.
§ 20-11. Issuance of limited learner's permit and provisional drivers license to person who is less than 18 years old.
§ 20-11.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1965, c. 410, s. 4.
§ 20-12: Repealed by Session Laws 1997-16, s. 6.
§ 20-12.1. Impaired supervision or instruction.
§ 20-13. Suspension of license of provisional licensee.
§ 20-13.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 555, s. 2.
§ 20-13.2. Grounds for revoking provisional license.
§ 20-14. Duplicate licenses.
§ 20-15. Authority of Division to cancel license or endorsement.
§ 20-15.1. Revocations when licensing privileges forfeited.
§ 20-16. Authority of Division to suspend license.
§ 20-16.01. Double penalties for offenses committed while operating a commercial motor vehicle.
§ 20-16.1. Mandatory suspension of driver's license upon conviction of excessive speeding; limited driving permits for first offenders.
§ 20-16.2. Implied consent to chemical analysis; mandatory revocation of license in event of refusal; right of driver to request analysis.
§ 20-16.3. Alcohol screening tests required of certain drivers; approval of test devices and manner of use by Department of Health and Human Services; use of test results or refusal.
§ 20-16.3A. Checking stations and roadblocks.
§ 20-16.4: Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 691, s. 4.
§ 20-16.5. Immediate civil license revocation for certain persons charged with implied-consent offenses.
§ 20-17. Mandatory revocation of license by Division.
§ 20-17.1. Revocation of license of mental incompetents, alcoholics and habitual users of narcotic drugs.
§ 20-17.2: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-253, s. 25, effective December 1, 2006, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 20-17.3. Revocation for underage purchasers of alcohol.
§ 20-17.4. Disqualification to drive a commercial motor vehicle.
§ 20-17.5. Effect of disqualification.
§ 20-17.6. Restoration of a license after a conviction of driving while impaired or driving while less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs.
§ 20-17.7. Commercial motor vehicle out-of-service fines authorized.
§ 20-17.8. (For change in effective date, see Editor's note) Restoration of a license after certain driving while impaired convictions; ignition interlock.
§ 20-17.9. Revocation of commercial drivers license with a P or S endorsement upon conviction of certain offenses.
§ 20-18. Conviction of offenses described in § 20-181 not ground for suspension or revocation.
§ 20-19. Period of suspension or revocation; conditions of restoration.
§ 20-20: Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 938, s. 5.
§ 20-20.1. Limited driving privilege for certain revocations.
§ 20-20.2. Processing fee for limited driving privilege.
§ 20-21. No operation under foreign license during suspension or revocation in this State.
§ 20-22. Suspending privileges of nonresidents and reporting convictions.
§ 20-23. Revoking resident's license upon conviction in another state.
§ 20-23.1. Suspending or revoking operating privilege of person not holding license.
§ 20-23.2. Suspension of license for conviction of offense involving impaired driving in federal court.
§ 20-24. When court or child support enforcement agency to forward license to Division and report convictions, child support delinquencies, and prayers for judgment continued.
§ 20-24.1. Revocation for failure to appear or pay fine, penalty or costs for motor vehicle offenses.
§ 20-24.2. Court to report failure to appear or pay fine, penalty or costs.
§ 20-25. Right of appeal to court.
§ 20-26. Records; copies furnished; charge.
§ 20-27. Availability of records.
§ 20-27.1. Unlawful for sex offender to drive commercial passenger vehicle or school bus without appropriate commercial license or while disqualified.
§ 20-28. Unlawful to drive while license revoked, after notification, or while disqualified.
§ 20-28.1. Conviction of moving offense committed while driving during period of suspension or revocation of license.
§ 20-28.2. Forfeiture of motor vehicle for impaired driving after impaired driving license revocation.
§ 20-28.3. Seizure, impoundment, forfeiture of motor vehicles for offenses involving impaired driving while license revoked or without license and insurance.
§ 20-28.4. Release of impounded motor vehicles by judge.
§ 20-28.5. Forfeiture of impounded motor vehicle or funds.
§ 20-28.6: Repealed by Session Laws 1998-182, s. 6 effective December 1, 1998, and applicable to offenses committed, contracts entered, and motor vehicles seized on or after that date.
§ 20-28.7. Responsibility of Division of Motor Vehicles.
§ 20-28.8. Reports to the Division.
§ 20-28.9. Authority for the Department of Public Instruction to administer a statewide or regional towing, storage, and sales program for driving while impaired vehicles forfeited.
§ 20-29. Surrender of license.
§ 20-29.1. Commissioner may require reexamination; issuance of limited or restricted licenses.
§ 20-30. Violations of license or learner's permit provisions.
§ 20-31. Making false affidavits perjury.
§ 20-32. Unlawful to permit unlicensed minor to drive motor vehicle.
§ 20-33. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 667, s. 28.
§ 20-34. Unlawful to permit violations of this Article.
§ 20-34.1. Violations for wrongful issuance of a drivers license or a special identification card.
§ 20-35. Penalties for violating Article; defense to driving without a license.
§ 20-36. (Effective until March 31, 2010) Ten-year-old convictions not considered.
§ 20-37. Limitations on issuance of licenses.
§ 20-37.01. Drivers License Technology Fund.
§ 20-37.02. Verification of drivers license information.
§ 20-37.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1989, c. 157, s. 1.
§§ 20-37.2 through 20-37.4: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 411, s. 5.
§ 20-37.5. Definitions.
§ 20-37.6. Parking privileges for handicapped drivers and passengers.
§ 20-37.6A. Parking privileges for out-of-state handicapped drivers and passengers.
§ 20-37.7. Special identification card.
§ 20-37.8. Fraudulent use prohibited.
§ 20-37.9. Notice of change of address or name.
§ 20-37.10. Title of Article.
§ 20-37.11. Purpose.
§ 20-37.12. Commercial drivers license required.
§ 20-37.13. Commercial drivers license qualification standards.
§ 20-37.14. Nonresident commercial driver license.
§ 20-37.14A. Prohibit issuance or renewal of certain categories of commercial drivers licenses to sex offenders.
§ 20-37.15. Application for commercial drivers license.
§ 20-37.16. Content of license; classifications and endorsements; fees.
§ 20-37.17. Record check and notification of license issuance.
§ 20-37.18. Notification required by driver.
§ 20-37.19. Employer responsibilities.
§ 20-37.20. Notification of traffic convictions.
§ 20-37.20A. Driving record notation for testing positive in a drug or alcohol test.
§ 20-37.20B. Appeal of disqualification for testing positive in a drug or alcohol test.
§ 20-37.21. Penalties.
§ 20-37.22. Rule making authority.
§ 20-37.23. Authority to enter agreements.
§ 20-38: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-38.1. Applicability.
§ 20-38.2. Investigation.
§ 20-38.3. Police processing duties.
§ 20-38.4. Initial appearance.
§ 20-38.5. Facilities.
§ 20-38.6. Motions and district court procedure.
§ 20-38.7. Appeal to superior court.
§ 20-38.100: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-39. Administering and enforcing laws; rules and regulations; agents, etc.; seal; fees.
§ 20-39.1. Publicly owned vehicles to be marked; private license plates on publicly owned vehicles.
§ 20-40. Offices of Division.
§ 20-41. Commissioner to provide forms required.
§ 20-42. Authority to administer oaths and certify copies of records.
§ 20-43. Records of Division.
§ 20-43.1. Disclosure of personal information in motor vehicle records.
§ 20-43.2. Internet access to organ donation records by organ procurement organizations.
§ 20-43.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-43.4. Current list of licensed drivers to be provided to jury commissions.
§ 20-44. Authority to grant or refuse applications.
§ 20-45. Seizure of documents and plates.
§ 20-46. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 99.
§ 20-47. Division may summon witnesses and take testimony.
§ 20-48. Giving of notice.
§ 20-49. Police authority of Division.
§ 20-49.1. Supplemental police authority of Division officers.
§ 20-49.2. Supplemental authority of State Highway Patrol Motor Carrier Enforcement officers.
§ 20-49.3. Bureau of License and Theft; custody of seized vehicles.
§ 20-50. Owner to secure registration and certificate of title; temporary registration markers.
§ 20-50.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, c. 574, s. 5.
§ 20-50.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 624, s. 4.
§ 20-50.3. (For contingent repeal, see note) Division to furnish county assessors registration lists.
§ 20-50.4. (For expiration date, see note) Division to refuse to register vehicles on which taxes are delinquent and when there is a failure to meet court-ordered child support obligations.
§ 20-51. Exempt from registration.
§ 20-52. Application for registration and certificate of title.
§ 20-52.1. Manufacturer's certificate of transfer of new motor vehicle.
§ 20-53. Application for specially constructed, reconstructed, or foreign vehicle.
§ 20-53.1. Specially constructed vehicle certificate of title and registration.
§ 20-53.2: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-53.3. Appeal of specially constructed vehicle classification determination to Vehicle Classification Review Committee.
§ 20-54. Authority for refusing registration or certificate of title.
§ 20-54.1. Forfeiture of right of registration.
§ 20-55. Examination of registration records and index of seized, stolen, and recovered vehicles.
§ 20-56. Registration indexes.
§ 20-57. Division to issue certificate of title and registration card.
§ 20-58. Perfection by indication of security interest on certificate of title.
§ 20-58.1. Duty of the Division upon receipt of application for notation of security interest.
§ 20-58.2. Date of perfection.
§ 20-58.3. Notation of assignment of security interest on certificate of title.
§ 20-58.4. Release of security interest.
§ 20-58.5. Duration of security interest in favor of corporations which dissolve or become inactive.
§ 20-58.6. Duty of secured party to disclose information.
§ 20-58.7. Cancellation of certificate.
§ 20-58.8. Applicability of §§ 20-58 to 20-58.8; use of term "lien".
§ 20-58.9. Repealed by Session Laws 1969, c. 838, s. 3.
§ 20-58.10. Effective date of §§ 20-58 to 20-58.9.
§ 20-59. Unlawful for lienor who holds certificate of title not to surrender same when lien satisfied.
§ 20-60. Owner after transfer not liable for negligent operation.
§ 20-61. Owner dismantling or wrecking vehicle to return evidence of registration.
§ 20-62: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 533, s. 9.
§ 20-62.1. Purchase of vehicles for purposes of scrap or parts only.
§ 20-63. Registration plates furnished by Division; requirements; replacement of regular plates with First in Flight plates; surrender and reissuance; displaying; preservation and cleaning; alteration
§ 20-63.01. Bonds required for commission contractors.
§ 20-63.1. Division may cause plates to be reflectorized.
§ 20-64. Transfer of registration plates to another vehicle.
§ 20-64.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 756, s. 6.
§ 20-64.2. Permit for emergency use of registration plate.
§ 20-65. Repealed by Session Laws 1979, 2nd Session, c. 1280, s. 1.
§ 20-66. Renewal of vehicle registration.
§ 20-66.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1389, s. 2.
§ 20-67. Notice of change of address or name.
§ 20-68. Replacement of lost or damaged certificates, cards and plates.
§ 20-69. Division authorized to assign new engine number.
§ 20-70. Division to be notified when another engine is installed or body changed.
§ 20-71. Altering or forging certificate of title, registration card or application, a felony; reproducing or possessing blank certificate of title.
§ 20-71.1. Registration evidence of ownership; ownership evidence of defendant's responsibility for conduct of operation.
§ 20-71.2. Declaration of purpose.
§ 20-71.3. Salvage and other vehicles – titles and registration cards to be branded.
§ 20-71.4. Failure to disclose damage to a vehicle shall be a misdemeanor.
§ 20-72. Transfer by owner.
§ 20-73. New owner must get new certificate of title.
§ 20-74. Penalty for making false statement about transfer of vehicle.
§ 20-75. When transferee is dealer or insurance company.
§ 20-75.1. Conditional delivery of motor vehicles.
§ 20-76. Title lost or unlawfully detained; bond as condition to issuance of new certificate.
§ 20-77. Transfer by operation of law; sale under mechanic's or storage lien; unclaimed vehicles.
§ 20-78. When Division to transfer registration and issue new certificate; recordation.
§ 20-79. Dealer license plates.
§ 20-79.01. Special sports event temporary license plates.
§ 20-79.1. (For expiration date, see note) Use of temporary registration plates or markers by purchasers of motor vehicles in lieu of dealers' plates.
§ 20-79.1A. (For effective date, see note) Limited registration plates.
§ 20-79.2. Transporter plates.
§ 20-79.3: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 440, s. 5.
§ 20-79.4. Special registration plates.
§ 20-79.5. Special registration plates for elected and appointed State government officials.
§ 20-79.6. Special registration plates for members of the judiciary.
§ 20-79.7. Fees for special registration plates and distribution of the fees.
§§ 20-80 through 20-81.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 672, s. 1, as amended by Session Laws 1991, c. 726, s. 23.
§ 20-81.3: Recodified as § 20-79.7 by Session Laws 1991, c. 672, s. 3, as amended by Session Laws 1991, c. 726, s. 23.
§§ 20-81.4 through 20-81.11: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 672, s. 1, as amended by Session Laws 1991, c. 726, s. 23.
§ 20-81.12. Collegiate insignia plates and certain other special plates.
§ 20-82: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 163, s. 3.
§ 20-83. Registration by nonresidents.
§ 20-84. Permanent registration plates; State Highway Patrol.
§ 20-84.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1999-220, s. 4.
§ 20-84.2. Definition; reciprocity; Commissioner's powers.
§ 20-85. (See Editor's Note) Schedule of fees.
§ 20-85.1. Registration by mail; one-day title service; fees.
§ 20-86. Penalty for engaging in a "for-hire" business without proper license plates.
§ 20-86.1. International Registration Plan.
§ 20-87. Passenger vehicle registration fees.
§ 20-87.1. Interchange of passenger buses with nonresident common carriers of passengers.
§ 20-88. Property-hauling vehicles.
§ 20-88.01. Revocation of registration for failure to register for or comply with road tax or pay civil penalty for buying or selling non-tax-paid fuel.
§ 20-88.02. Registration of logging vehicles.
§ 20-88.1. Driver education.
§ 20-89: Repealed by Sessions Laws 1981, c. 976, s. 7.
§ 20-90: Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 976, s. 8.
§ 20-91. Audit of vehicle registrations under the International Registration Plan.
§ 20-91.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-491, s. 2, effective January 1, 2008.
§ 20-91.2: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-491, s. 2, effective January 1, 2008.
§ 20-92: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 756, s. 10.
§ 20-93: Repealed by Session Laws 1981, c. 976, s. 10.
§ 20-94. Partial payments.
§ 20-95. Prorated fee for license plate issued for other than a year.
§ 20-96. Detaining property-hauling vehicles or vehicles regulated by the Motor Carrier Safety Regulation Unit until fines or penalties and taxes are collected.
§ 20-97. Taxes credited to Highway Fund; municipal vehicle taxes.
§ 20-98: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-491, s. 2, effective January 1, 2008.
§ 20-99: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-491, s. 2, effective January 1, 2008.
§ 20-100. Vehicles junked or destroyed by fire or collision.
§ 20-101. Certain business vehicles to be marked.
§ 20-101.1. Conspicuous disclosure of dealer administrative fees.
§ 20-101.2. Conspicuous disclosure of dealer finance yield charges.
§ 20-102. Report of stolen and recovered motor vehicles.
§ 20-102.1. False report of theft or conversion a misdemeanor.
§ 20-102.2. Report of failure to return hired motor vehicles.
§ 20-103. Reports by owners of stolen and recovered vehicles.
§ 20-104. Action by Division on report of stolen or embezzled vehicles.
§ 20-105. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-106. Receiving or transferring stolen vehicles.
§ 20-106.1. Fraud in connection with rental of motor vehicles.
§ 20-106.2. Sublease and loan assumption arranging regulated.
§ 20-107. Injuring or tampering with vehicle.
§ 20-108. Vehicles or component parts of vehicles without manufacturer's numbers.
§ 20-109. Altering or changing engine or other numbers.
§ 20-109.1. Surrender of titles to salvage vehicles.
§ 20-109.2. Surrender of title to manufactured home.
§ 20-110. When registration shall be rescinded.
§ 20-111. Violation of registration provisions.
§ 20-112. Making false affidavit perjury.
§ 20-113: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 756, s. 13.
§ 20-114. Duty of officers; manner of enforcement.
§ 20-114.1. Willful failure to obey law-enforcement or traffic-control officer; firemen as traffic-control officers; appointment, etc., of traffic-control officers.
§ 20-114.3: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-433, s. 3(a), (b), effective October 1, 2007.
§ 20-115. Scope and effect of regulations in this title.
§ 20-115.1. Limitations on tandem trailers and semitrailers on certain North Carolina highways.
§ 20-116. Size of vehicles and loads.
§ 20-117. Flag or light at end of load.
§ 20-117.1. Requirements for mirrors and fuel container.
§ 20-118. Weight of vehicles and load.
§ 20-118.1. Officers may weigh vehicles and require overloads to be removed.
§ 20-118.2. Authority to fix higher weight limitations at reduced speeds for certain vehicles.
§ 20-118.3. Vehicle or combination of vehicles operated without registration plate subject to civil penalty.
§ 20-118.4. Firefighting equipment exempt from size and weight restrictions while transporting or moving heavy equipment in an emergency; permits.
§ 20-119. Special permits for vehicles of excessive size or weight; fees.
§ 20-119.1. Use of excess overweight and oversize fees.
§ 20-120. Operation of flat trucks on State highways regulated; trucks hauling leaf tobacco in barrels or hogsheads.
§ 20-121. When authorities may restrict right to use highways.
§ 20-121.1. Operation of a low-speed vehicle on certain roadways.
§ 20-122. Restrictions as to tire equipment.
§ 20-122.1. Motor vehicles to be equipped with safe tires.
§ 20-123. Trailers and towed vehicles.
§ 20-123.1. Steering mechanism.
§ 20-123.2 Speedometer.
§ 20-124. Brakes.
§ 20-125. Horns and warning devices.
§ 20-125.1. Directional signals.
§ 20-126. Mirrors.
§ 20-127. Windows and windshield wipers.
§ 20-128. Exhaust system and emissions control devices.
§ 20-128.1. Control of visible emissions.
§ 20-128.2. Motor vehicle emission standards.
§ 20-129. Required lighting equipment of vehicles.
§ 20-129.1. Additional lighting equipment required on certain vehicles.
§ 20-129.2. Lighting equipment for mobile homes.
§ 20-130. Additional permissible light on vehicle.
§ 20-130.1. Use of red or blue lights on vehicles prohibited; exceptions.
§ 20-130.2. Use of amber lights on certain vehicles.
§ 20-130.3. Use of white or clear lights on rear of vehicles prohibited; exceptions.
§ 20-131. Requirements as to headlamps and auxiliary driving lamps.
§ 20-132. Acetylene lights.
§ 20-133. Enforcement of provisions.
§ 20-134. Lights on parked vehicles.
§ 20-135. Safety glass.
§ 20-135.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 756, s. 30.
§ 20-135.2. Safety belts and anchorages.
§ 20-135.2A. (See Editor's note) Seat belt use mandatory.
§ 20-135.2B. Transporting children under 16 years of age in open bed or open cargo area of a vehicle prohibited; exceptions.
§ 20-135.3. Seat belt anchorages for rear seats of motor vehicles.
§ 20-135.4. Certain automobile safety standards.
§ 20-136. Smoke screens.
§ 20-136.1. Location of television, computer, or video players, monitors, and screens.
§ 20-136.2. Air bag installation.
§ 20-137: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 379, s. 18.2.
§ 20-137.1. Child restraint systems required.
§ 20-137.2. Operation of vehicles resembling law-enforcement vehicles unlawful; punishment.
§ 20-137.3. Unlawful use of a mobile phone by persons under 18 years of age.
§ 20-137.4. Unlawful use of a mobile phone.
§ 20-137.4A. Unlawful use of mobile telephone for text messaging or electronic mail.
§ 20-137.5. Child passenger safety technician; limitation of liability.
§ 20-137.6. Declaration of purpose.
§ 20-137.7. Definitions of words and phrases.
§ 20-137.8. Secretary may adopt rules and regulations.
§ 20-137.9. Removal from private property.
§ 20-137.10. Abandoned and derelict vehicles to be tagged; determination of value.
§ 20-137.11. Title to vest in State.
§ 20-137.12. Secretary may contract for disposal.
§ 20-137.13. No liability for removal.
§ 20-137.14. Enclosed, antique, registered and certain other vehicles exempt.
§ 20-138: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 435, s. 23.
§ 20-138.1. Impaired driving.
§ 20-138.2. Impaired driving in commercial vehicle.
§ 20-138.2A. Operating a commercial vehicle after consuming alcohol.
§ 20-138.2B. Operating a school bus, school activity bus, or child care vehicle after consuming alcohol.
§ 20-138.2C. Possession of alcoholic beverages while operating a commercial motor vehicle.
§ 20-138.3. Driving by person less than 21 years old after consuming alcohol or drugs.
§ 20-138.4. Requirement that prosecutor explain reduction or dismissal of charge in implied-consent case.
§ 20-138.5. Habitual impaired driving.
§ 20-138.6. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-138.7. Transporting an open container of alcoholic beverage.
§ 20-139. Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 435, s. 23.
§ 20-139.1. Procedures governing chemical analyses; admissibility; evidentiary provisions; controlled-drinking programs.
§ 20-140. Reckless driving.
§ 20-140.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-140.2. Overloaded or overcrowded vehicle.
§ 20-140.3. Unlawful use of National System of Interstate and Defense Highways and other controlled-access highways.
§ 20-140.4. Special provisions for motorcycles and mopeds.
§ 20-140.5. Special mobile equipment may tow certain vehicles.
§ 20-141. Speed restrictions.
§ 20-141.1. Speed limits in school zones.
§ 20-141.2. Prima facie rule of evidence as to operation of motor vehicle altered so as to increase potential speed.
§ 20-141.3. Unlawful racing on streets and highways.
§ 20-141.4. Felony and misdemeanor death by vehicle; felony serious injury by vehicle; aggravated offenses; repeat felony death by vehicle.
§ 20-141.5. Speeding to elude arrest.
§ 20-141.6. Aggressive Driving.
§ 20-142: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 368, s. 2.
§ 20-142.1. Obedience to railroad signal.
§ 20-142.2. Vehicles stop at certain grade crossing.
§ 20-142.3. Certain vehicles must stop at railroad grade crossing.
§ 20-142.4. Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossing.
§ 20-142.5. Stop when traffic obstructed.
§§ 20-143 through 20-143.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1991, c. 368, s. 2.
§ 20-144. Special speed limitation on bridges.
§ 20-145. When speed limit not applicable.
§ 20-146. Drive on right side of highway; exceptions.
§ 20-146.1. Operation of motorcycles.
§ 20-146.2. Rush hour traffic lanes authorized.
§ 20-147. Keep to the right in crossing intersections or railroads.
§ 20-147.1. Passenger vehicle towing other vehicles to keep right.
§ 20-148. Meeting of vehicles.
§ 20-149. Overtaking a vehicle.
§ 20-150. Limitations on privilege of overtaking and passing.
§ 20-150.1. When passing on the right is permitted.
§ 20-151: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 283, s. 2.
§ 20-152. Following too closely.
§ 20-153. Turning at intersections.
§ 20-154. Signals on starting, stopping or turning.
§ 20-155. Right-of-way.
§ 20-156. Exceptions to the right-of-way rule.
§ 20-157. Approach of law enforcement, fire department or rescue squad vehicles or ambulances; driving over fire hose or blocking fire-fighting equipment; parking, etc., near law enforcement, fire dep
§ 20-157.1. Funeral processions.
§ 20-158. Vehicle control signs and signals.
§ 20-158.1. Erection of "yield right-of-way" signs.
§ 20-158.2. Control of vehicles on Turnpike System.
§ 20-158.3. Emergency entry to controlled access roads.
§ 20-159. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-160. Driving through safety zone or on sidewalks prohibited.
§ 20-160.1. Failure to yield causing serious bodily injury; penalties.
§ 20-161. Stopping on highway prohibited; warning signals; removal of vehicles from public highway.
§ 20-161.1. Regulation of night parking on highways.
§ 20-161.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 420, s. 1.
§ 20-162. Parking in front of private driveway, fire hydrant, fire station, intersection of curb lines or fire lane.
§ 20-162.1. Prima facie rule of evidence for enforcement of parking regulations.
§§ 20-162.2 through 20-162.3. Transferred to §§ 20-219.2, 20-219.3 by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 36.
§ 20-163. Unattended motor vehicles.
§ 20-164. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-165: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 379, s. 6.
§ 20-165.1. One-way traffic.
§ 20-166. Duty to stop in event of a crash; furnishing information or assistance to injured person, etc.; persons assisting exempt from civil liability.
§ 20-166.1. Reports and investigations required in event of accident.
§ 20-166.2. Duty of passenger to remain at the scene of an accident.
§ 20-167. Vehicles transporting explosives.
§ 20-167.1. Transportation of spent nuclear fuel.
§ 20-168. Drivers of State, county, and city vehicles subject to the provisions of this Article.
§ 20-169. Powers of local authorities.
§ 20-170. This Article not to interfere with rights of owners of real property with reference thereto.
§ 20-171. Traffic laws apply to persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles.
§ 20-171.1. Definitions.
§ 20-171.2. Bicycle racing.
§ 20-171.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.6. Short title.
§ 20-171.7. Legislative findings and purpose.
§ 20-171.8. Definitions.
§ 20-171.9. Requirements for helmet and restraining seat use.
§ 20-171.10: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.11: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.12: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.13: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.14: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-171.15. Age restrictions.
§ 20-171.16. Passengers.
§ 20-171.17. Prohibited acts by sellers.
§ 20-171.18. Equipment requirements.
§ 20-171.19. Prohibited acts by owners and operators.
§ 20-171.20. Safety training and certificate.
§ 20-171.21. Penalties.
§ 20-171.22. Exceptions.
§ 20-171.23. Motorized all-terrain vehicles of law enforcement officers and fire, rescue, and emergency medical services permitted on certain highways.
§ 20-171.24. Motorized all-terrain vehicle use by employees of listed municipalities and counties permitted on certain highways.
§ 20-171.25. Motorized all-terrain vehicle use by certain employees of natural gas utilities permitted on public highways and rights-of-way.
§ 20-172. Pedestrians subject to traffic-control signals.
§ 20-173. Pedestrians' right-of-way at crosswalks.
§ 20-174. Crossing at other than crosswalks; walking along highway.
§ 20-174.1. Standing, sitting or lying upon highways or streets prohibited.
§ 20-174.2. Local ordinances; pedestrians gathering, picketing, or protesting on roads or highways.
§ 20-175. Pedestrians soliciting rides, employment, business or funds upon highways or streets.
§ 20-175.1. Public use of white canes by other than blind persons prohibited.
§ 20-175.2. Right-of-way at crossings, intersections and traffic-control signal points; white cane or guide dog to serve as signal for the blind.
§ 20-175.3. Rights and privileges of blind persons without white cane or guide dog.
§ 20-175.4: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-175.5. Use of motorized wheelchairs or similar vehicles not exceeding 1000 pounds gross weight.
§ 20-175.6. Electric personal assistive mobility devices.
§ 20-176. Penalty for misdemeanor or infraction.
§ 20-177. Penalty for felony.
§ 20-178. Penalty for bad check.
§ 20-178.1. Payment and review of civil penalty imposed by Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.
§ 20-179. Sentencing hearing after conviction for impaired driving; determination of grossly aggravating and aggravating and mitigating factors; punishments.
§ 20-179.1. Presentence investigation of persons convicted of offense involving impaired driving.
§ 20-179.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 496, s. 8.
§ 20-179.3. Limited driving privilege.
§ 20-179.4: Repealed by Session Laws 2009-372, s. 16, effective December 1, 2009, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 20-180. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1330, s. 39.
§ 20-181. Penalty for failure to dim, etc., beams of headlamps.
§ 20-182: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 912, s. 2.
§ 20-183. Duties and powers of law-enforcement officers; warning by local officers before stopping another vehicle on highway; warning tickets.
§ 20-183.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 754, s. 3.
§ 20-183.2. Description of vehicles subject to safety or emissions inspection; definitions.
§ 20-183.3. Scope of safety inspection and emissions inspection.
§ 20-183.4. License required to perform safety inspection; qualifications for license.
§ 20-183.4A. License required to perform emissions inspection; qualifications for license.
§ 20-183.4B. Application for license; duration of license; renewal of mechanic license.
§ 20-183.4C. When a vehicle must be inspected; three-day trip permit.
§ 20-183.4D. Procedure when a vehicle is inspected.
§ 20-183.5. When a vehicle that fails an emissions inspection may obtain a waiver from the inspection requirement.
§ 20-183.5A. When a vehicle that fails a safety inspection because of missing emissions control devices may obtain a waiver.
§ 20-183.6: Repealed by Session Laws 2007-503, s. 10, effective October 1, 2008, and applicable to offenses committed on or after that date.
§ 20-183.6A. Administration of program; duties of license holders.
§ 20-183.7. Fees for performing an inspection and issuing an electronic inspection authorization to a vehicle; use of civil penalties.
§ 20-183.7A. Penalties applicable to license holders and suspension or revocation of license for safety violations.
§ 20-183.7B. Acts that are Type I, II, or III safety violations.
§ 20-183.8. Infractions and criminal offenses for violations of inspection requirements.
§ 20-183.8A. Civil penalties against motorists for emissions violations; waiver.
§ 20-183.8B. Civil penalties against license holders and suspension or revocation of license for emissions violations.
§ 20-183.8C. Acts that are Type I, II, or III emissions violations.
§ 20-183.8D. Suspension or revocation of license.
§ 20-183.8E: Recodified as G.S. 20-183.8G at the direction of the Revisor of Statutes.
§ 20-183.8F. Requirements for giving license holders notice of violations and for taking summary action.
§ 20-183.8G. Administrative and judicial review.
§ 20-183.9. Establishment and maintenance of permanent weigh stations.
§ 20-183.10. Operation of the permanent weigh stations by the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, Division of State Highway Patrol, uniformed personnel.
§ 20-183.11: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 109, s. 5.
§ 20-183.12: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 163, s. 12.
§ 20-183.13. Compact enacted into law; form of Compact.
§ 20-183.14. Legislative findings.
§ 20-183.15. Approval of rules and regulations by General Assembly required.
§ 20-183.16. Compact Commissioner.
§ 20-183.17. Cooperation of State agencies authorized.
§ 20-183.18. Filing of documents.
§ 20-183.19. Budget procedure.
§ 20-183.20. Inspection of financial records of Commission.
§ 20-183.21. "Executive head" defined.
§ 20-184. Patrol under supervision of Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.
§ 20-185. Personnel; appointment; salaries.
§ 20-186. Oath of office.
§ 20-187. Orders and rules for organization and conduct.
§ 20-187.1. Awards.
§ 20-187.2. Badges and service side arms of deceased or retiring members of State, city and county law-enforcement agencies; weapons of active members.
§ 20-187.3. Quotas prohibited.
§ 20-188. Duties of Highway Patrol.
§ 20-189. Patrolmen assigned to Governor's office.
§ 20-190. Uniforms; motor vehicles and arms; expense incurred; color of vehicle.
§ 20-190.1. Patrol vehicles to have sirens; sounding siren.
§ 20-190.2. Signs showing highways patrolled by unmarked vehicles.
§ 20-190.3. Assignment of new highway patrol cars.
§ 20-191. Use of facilities.
§ 20-192. Shifting of patrolmen from one district to another.
§ 20-193: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 18.
§ 20-194. Expense of administration; defense of members and other State law-enforcement officers in civil actions; payment of judgments.
§ 20-195. Cooperation between Patrol and local officers.
§ 20-196. Statewide radio system authorized; use of telephone lines in emergencies.
§ 20-196.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1998-212, s. 19.6(a).
§ 20-196.2. Use of aircraft to discover certain motor vehicle violations; declaration of policy.
§ 20-196.3. Who may hold supervisory positions over sworn members of the Patrol.
§ 20-196.4. Oversized and hazardous shipment escort fee.
§§ 20-197 through 20-211: Repealed by Session Laws 1947, c. 1006, s. 58.
§§ 20-212 through 20-215: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 19.
§ 20-215.1. Definitions.
§ 20-215.2. Power to regulate; rules and regulations establishing minimum standards.
§ 20-215.3: Repealed by Session Laws 1985, c. 454, s. 8.
§ 20-215.4. Violation of regulations a misdemeanor.
§ 20-215.5. Duties and powers of law-enforcement officers.
§ 20-216. Passing horses or other draft animals.
§ 20-217. Motor vehicles to stop for properly marked and designated school buses in certain instances; evidence of identity of driver.
§ 20-217.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1983, c. 779, s. 2.
§ 20-218. Standard qualifications for school bus drivers; speed limit for school buses and school activity buses.
§ 20-218.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 21.
§ 20-218.2. Speed limit for nonprofit activity buses.
§ 20-219: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 24.
§ 20-219.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 294, s. 2.
§ 20-219.2. Removal of unauthorized vehicles from private lots.
§ 20-219.3. Removal of unauthorized vehicles from gasoline service station premises.
§ 20-219.4. Public vehicular area designated.
§§ 20-219.5 through 20-219.8. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-219.9. Definitions.
§ 20-219.10. Coverage of Article.
§ 20-219.11. Notice and probable cause hearing.
§ 20-219.12. Option to pay or post bond.
§ 20-219.13. Hearing on lien.
§ 20-219.14. Payment to tower guaranteed.
§§ 20-220 through 20-231: Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 243, s. 1.
§ 20-231.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 25.
§§ 20-232 through 20-279: Repealed by Session Laws 1953, c. 1300, s. 35.
§ 20-279.1. Definitions.
§ 20-279.2. Commissioner to administer Article; appeal to court.
§ 20-279.3. Commissioner to furnish operating record.
§ 20-279.4: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 191, s. 4.
§ 20-279.5. Security required unless evidence of insurance; when security determined; suspension; exceptions.
§ 20-279.6. Further exceptions to requirement of security.
§ 20-279.6A. Minors.
§ 20-279.7. Duration of suspension.
§ 20-279.7A. Forms to carry statement concerning perjury.
§ 20-279.8. Application to nonresidents, unlicensed drivers, unregistered motor vehicles and accidents in other states.
§ 20-279.9. Form and amount of security.
§ 20-279.10. Custody, disposition and return of security; escheat.
§ 20-279.11. Matters not to be evidence in civil suits.
§ 20-279.12. Courts to report nonpayment of judgments.
§ 20-279.13. Suspension for nonpayment of judgment; exceptions.
§ 20-279.14. Suspension to continue until judgments satisfied.
§ 20-279.15. Payment sufficient to satisfy requirements.
§ 20-279.16. Installment payment of judgments; default.
§ 20-279.17. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 866.
§ 20-279.18. Alternate methods of giving proof.
§ 20-279.19. Certificate of insurance as proof.
§ 20-279.20. Certificate furnished by nonresident as proof.
§ 20-279.21. "Motor vehicle liability policy" defined.
§ 20-279.22. Notice of cancellation or termination of certified policy.
§ 20-279.23. Article not to affect other policies.
§ 20-279.24. Bond as proof.
§ 20-279.25. Money or securities as proof.
§ 20-279.26. Owner may give proof for others.
§ 20-279.27. Substitution of proof.
§ 20-279.28. Other proof may be required.
§ 20-279.29. Duration of proof; when proof may be canceled or returned.
§ 20-279.30. Surrender of license.
§ 20-279.31. Other violations; penalties.
§ 20-279.32. Exceptions.
§ 20-279.32A. Exception of school bus drivers.
§ 20-279.33. Self-insurers.
§ 20-279.33A. Religious organizations; self-insurance.
§ 20-279.34: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 27.
§ 20-279.35. Supplemental to motor vehicle laws; repeal of laws in conflict.
§ 20-279.36. Past application of Article.
§ 20-279.37. Article not to prevent other process.
§ 20-279.38. Uniformity of interpretation.
§ 20-279.39. Title of Article.
§ 20-280. Filing proof of financial responsibility with governing board of municipality or county.
§ 20-281. Liability insurance prerequisite to engaging in business; coverage of policy.
§ 20-282. Cooperation in enforcement of Article.
§ 20-283. Compliance with Article prerequisite to issuance of license plates.
§ 20-284. Violation a misdemeanor.
§ 20-285. Regulation of motor vehicle distribution in public interest.
§ 20-286. Definitions.
§ 20-287. Licenses required; penalties.
§ 20-288. Application for license; license requirements; expiration of license; bond.
§ 20-289. License fees.
§ 20-290. Licenses to specify places of business; display of license and list of salesmen; advertising.
§ 20-291. Representatives to carry license and display it on request; license to name employer.
§ 20-292. Dealers may display motor vehicles for sale at retail only at established salesrooms.
§ 20-292.1. Supplemental temporary license for sale of antique and specialty vehicles.
§ 20-293: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 440, s. 10.
§ 20-294. Grounds for denying, suspending or revoking licenses.
§ 20-295. Action on application.
§ 20-296. Notice and hearing upon denial, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew license.
§ 20-297. Retention and inspection of certain records.
§ 20-297.1. Franchise-related form agreements.
§ 20-298. Insurance.
§ 20-299. Acts of officers, directors, partners, salesmen and other representatives.
§ 20-300. Appeals from actions of Commissioner.
§ 20-301. Powers of Commissioner.
§ 20-301.1. Notice of additional charges against dealer's account; informal appeals procedure.
§ 20-302. Rules and regulations.
§ 20-303. Installment sales to be evidenced by written instrument; statement to be delivered to buyer.
§ 20-304. Coercion of retail dealer by manufacturer or distributor in connection with installment sales contract prohibited.
§ 20-305. Coercing dealer to accept commodities not ordered; threatening to cancel franchise; preventing transfer of ownership; granting additional franchises; terminating franchises without good caus
§ 20-305.1. Automobile dealer warranty obligations.
§ 20-305.2. Unfair methods of competition.
§ 20-305.3. Hearing notice.
§ 20-305.4. Motor Vehicle Dealers' Advisory Board.
§ 20-305.5. Sections 20-305, subdivisions (4) through (28), and 20-305.1 to 20-305.4 not applicable to certain manufacturers and dealers.
§ 20-305.6. Unlawful for manufacturers to unfairly discriminate among dealers.
§ 20-305.7. Protecting dealership data and consent to access dealership information.
§ 20-306. Unlawful for salesman to sell except for his employer; multiple employment; persons who arrange transactions involving the sale of new motor vehicles.
§ 20-307. Article applicable to existing and future franchises and contracts.
§ 20-307.1. Jurisdiction.
§ 20-308. Penalties.
§ 20-308.1. Civil actions for violations.
§ 20-308.2. Applicability of this Article.
§§ 20-308.3 through 20-308.12. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-308.13. Regulation of motor vehicle captive finance sources.
§ 20-308.14. Definitions.
§ 20-308.15. Prohibited contractual requirements imposed by manufacturer, distributor, or captive finance source.
§ 20-308.16. Powers of Commissioner.
§ 20-308.17. Rules and regulations.
§ 20-308.18. Hearing notice.
§ 20-308.19. Article applicable to existing and future agreements.
§ 20-308.20. Jurisdiction.
§ 20-308.21. Civil actions for violations.
§ 20-308.22. Applicability of this Article.
§ 20-309. Financial responsibility prerequisite to registration; must be maintained throughout registration period.
§ 20-309.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 28.
§ 20-309.2. Insurer shall notify Division of actions on insurance policies.
§ 20-310: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 29.
§ 20-310.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1963, c. 964, s. 3.
§ 20-310.2: Repealed by Session Laws 1993 (Reg. Sess., 1994), c. 761, s. 31.
§ 20-311. Action by the Division when notified of a lapse in financial responsibility.
§ 20-312: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-213, s. 5, effective July 1, 2008, and applicable to lapses occurring on or after that date.
§ 20-313. Operation of motor vehicle without financial responsibility a misdemeanor.
§ 20-313.1. Making false certification or giving false information a misdemeanor.
§ 20-314. Applicability of Article 9A; its provisions continued.
§ 20-315. Commissioner to administer Article; rules and regulations.
§ 20-316. Divisional hearings upon lapse of liability insurance coverage.
§ 20-316.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-213, s. 5, effective July 1, 2008, and applicable to lapses occurring on or after that date.
§ 20-317. Insurance required by any other law; certain operators not affected.
§ 20-318. Federal, State and political subdivision vehicles excepted.
§ 20-319. Effective date.
§ 20-319.1. Company to forward certification within seven days after receipt of request.
§ 20-319.2. Penalty for failure to forward certification.
§ 20-320. Definitions.
§ 20-321. Enforcement of Article by Commissioner.
§ 20-322. Licenses for schools necessary; regulations as to requirements.
§ 20-323. Licenses for instructors necessary; regulations as to requirements.
§ 20-324. Expiration and renewal of licenses; fees.
§ 20-325. Cancellation, suspension, revocation, and refusal to issue or renew licenses.
§ 20-326. Exemptions from Article.
§ 20-327. Penalties for violating Article or regulations.
§ 20-328. Administration of Article.
§§ 20-329 through 20-339. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-340. Purpose.
§ 20-341. Definitions.
§ 20-342. Unlawful devices.
§ 20-343. Unlawful change of mileage.
§ 20-344. Operation of vehicle with intent to defraud.
§ 20-345. Conspiracy.
§ 20-346. Lawful service, repair, or replacement of odometer.
§ 20-347. Disclosure requirements.
§ 20-347.1. Odometer disclosure record retention.
§ 20-348. Private civil action.
§ 20-349. Injunctive enforcement.
§ 20-350. Criminal offense.
§ 20-351. Purpose.
§ 20-351.1. Definitions.
§ 20-351.2. Require repairs; when mileage warranty begins to accrue.
§ 20-351.3. Replacement or refund; disclosure requirement.
§ 20-351.4. Affirmative defenses.
§ 20-351.5. Presumption.
§ 20-351.6. Civil action by the Attorney General.
§ 20-351.7. Civil action by the consumer.
§ 20-351.8. Remedies.
§ 20-351.9. Dealership liability.
§ 20-351.10. Preservation of other remedies.
§ 20-351.11. Manufacturer's warranty for State motor vehicles that operate on diesel fuel.
§ 20-352. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-353. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-354. Short title.
§ 20-354.1. Scope and application.
§ 20-354.2. Definitions.
§ 20-354.3. Written motor vehicle repair estimate and disclosure statement required.
§ 20-354.4. Charges for motor vehicle repair estimate; requirement of waiver of rights prohibited.
§ 20-354.5. Notification of charges in excess of repair estimate; prohibited charges; refusal to return vehicle prohibited; inspection of parts.
§ 20-354.6. Invoice required of motor vehicle repair shop.
§ 20-354.7. Required disclosure; signs; notice to customers.
§ 20-354.8. Prohibited acts and practices.
§ 20-354.9. Remedies.
§§ 20-354.10 through 20-355. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-356. Definitions.
§ 20-357. Housemovers to be licensed.
§ 20-358. Qualifications to become licensed.
§ 20-359. Effective period of license.
§ 20-359.1. Insurance requirements.
§ 20-360. Requirements for permit.
§ 20-361. Application for permit and permit fee.
§ 20-362. Liability of housemovers.
§ 20-363. Removal and replacement of obstructions.
§ 20-364. Route changes.
§ 20-365. Loading or parking on right-of-way.
§ 20-366. Effect of weather.
§ 20-367. Obtaining license or permit by fraud.
§ 20-368. Municipal regulations.
§ 20-369. Out-of-state licenses and permits.
§ 20-370. Speed limits.
§ 20-371. Penalties.
§ 20-372. Invalid section; severability.
§ 20-373. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-374. Unsafe practices.
§ 20-375. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 20-376. Definitions.
§ 20-377. General powers of Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.
§ 20-378: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 756, s. 21.
§ 20-379. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety to audit motor carriers for compliance.
§ 20-380. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety may investigate accidents involving motor carriers and promote general safety program.
§ 20-381. Specific powers and duties of Department of Crime Control and Public Safety applicable to motor carriers; agricultural exemption.
§ 20-382. For-hire motor carrier registration, insurance verification, and temporary trip permit authority.
§ 20-382.1. Registration of for-hire intrastate motor carriers and verification that their vehicles are insured.
§ 20-382.2. Penalty for failure to comply with registration or insurance verification requirements.
§ 20-383. Inspectors and officers given enforcement authority.
§ 20-384. Penalty for certain violations.
§ 20-385. Fee schedule.
§ 20-386. Fees, charges and penalties; disposition.
§ 20-387. Motor carrier violating any provision of Article, rules or orders; penalty.
§ 20-388. Willful acts of employees deemed those of motor carrier.
§ 20-389. Actions to recover penalties.
§ 20-390. Refusal to permit Department of Crime Control and Public Safety to inspect records made misdemeanor.
§ 20-391. Violating rules, with injury to others.
§ 20-392. Failure to make report; obstructing Division or Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.
§ 20-393. Disclosure of information by employee of Department of Crime Control and Public Safety unlawful.
§ 20-394. Remedies for injuries cumulative.
§ 20-395. Willful injury to property of motor carrier a misdemeanor.
§ 20-396. Unlawful motor carrier operations.
§ 20-397. Furnishing false information to the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety; withholding information from the Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.