The North Carolina driving while impaired (DWI) also commonly referred to as driving under the influence (DUI) process starts with an alcohol assessment or substance abuse assessment which clients can obtain at one of our Charlotte North Carolina DWI assessment offices or virtually online byway of your cellphone, tablet, or computer. North Carolina DWI or DUI assessments are state regulated at $100 and usually take between forty-five to sixty minutes to complete based on a few different factors. The factors that determine if your North Carolina or Out of State DWI and DUI Assessment will render either Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS), 20 hours, 30 hours, 40 hours, or 60 hours of outpatient substance abuse DWI DUI classes are your:

  • North Carolina Driving Record
  • North Carolina driving while impaired (DWI) citation or ticket
  • blood alcohol content (BAC) level at time of arrest
  • Number of prior North Carolina driving while impaired (DWI) and/or Out of Sate driving while impaired (DWI) and driving under the influence (DUI) arrest
  • If you have a current alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder

Once this information is obtained one of our North Carolina DWI DUI assessors will render a recommendation that can be sent to your DWI attorney or DUI attorney upon receiving a signed release and exchange of information form. We currently offer North Carolina DWI assessments and classes 6 days per week. Are experience and knowledge pertaining to South Carolina DUI and DWI South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (or ADSAP)

programs are extensive so matter what state you obtained your DWI or DUI our assessments and DWI DUI classes will work in helping you meet all the requirements to suffice your legal requirements and help you get your drivers license reinstated. We have been providing DWI and DUI services in the Charlotte North Carolina since 2011 and have the highest online reviews. Since the start of COVID we have been rendering DWI and DUI assessments and classes online to keep our staff and clients safe. Call 704-458-9292 today to schedule your assessment appointment or start your DWI DUI classes virtually.


1. Who is qualified to conduct DWI assessments in North Carolina?

2. What happens during a DWI Assessment?

3. Do I still need to take a class if the DWI Assessment reveals no problems?

4. How does the DWI Assessment determine if I have a substance use problem?

5. If my DWI was in the past and I stopped drinking how does the DWI Assessment work?