What is Driving While Impaired in North Carolina?
Per North Carolina guidelines, impairment is present when “a driver’s capacity is diminished regardless of whether legal limits are met or exceeded”. Classification of impairment can differ from state to state.
In North Carolina, driving while impaired does not always mean under the influence of alcohol and drugs but could be the result of lack of sleep, prescription drugs, or other influences that diminish the capacity of the driver.
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