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LEVELS OF GRADUATED LICENSING
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LEVELS OF GRADUATED LICENSING

Level 1- Limited Learner’s Permit involves parents/guardians in the training of young drivers

Exception: You can use it to call the following regarding an emergency situation: an emergency response operator; a hospital, physician’s office or a health clinic; a public or privately owned ambulance company or service; a fire department; a law enforcement agency; your parent, legal guardian or spouse.

SUPERVISING DRIVER: A supervising driver must be a parent, grandparent or guardian of the permit/ license holder, or a responsible person approved by the parent or guardian. A supervising driver must hold a valid driver license and must have been licensed for at least five years.

NOTE: Before graduating to level two, you must have no convictions of motor vehicle moving violations or seat belt/mobile telephone infractions within the preceding six months. 

DRIVING LOG TO ADVANCE TO NC LEVEL 2 LIMITED PROVISIONAL DRIVER LICENSE

DRIVING LOG TO ADVANCE TO NC LEVEL 3 FULL PROVISIONAL DRIVER LICENSE

supervised driving program   (Click on link)   This is an excellent resource!

Restrictions for Teen Drivers

Anyone under age 18 must be enrolled in school and be making progress toward a high school diploma or GED to stay eligible for a Driving Eligibility Certificate, which is a requirement for graduated licensing.

Students must be passing 70% of the courses taken during the previous semester.

The N.​C. Division of Motor Vehicles revokes teen driving privileges when it receives notice from proper school authorities that an individual has dropped out of school.

Official NCDMV: Graduated Licensing