The chart below is based on the North Carolina Department of Insurance Safe Driving Incentive Plan and is an attempt to showcase the difference between insurance and DMV points along with the potential insurance rate increase. An individual's license may be suspended if they accumulate as many as 12 DMV points within a three-year period.
* No insurance points are to be accessed for a first conviction for speeding 10 mph or less over the posted speed limit if the violation did not occur in a school zone and there are no other moving violations in the prior three year experience period.
How many points is a 80 in a 65?
A 80 in a 65 is 3 DMV points in North Carolina.
How many points is a 70 in a 55?
A 70 in a 55 is 3 DMV points in North Carolina.
How many points is a 64 in a 55?
A 64 in a 55 is 3 DMV points in North Carolina.
How many points is a 44 in a 35?
A 44 in a 35 is 2 DMV points in North Carolina.