Originally Posted by motorman587
I do not think that states will suspend your license for just speeding. You sure that maybe you got to many points? In Florida they will suspend your license if you do not pay the ticket or if you get too many points. I too, would be on the horn and get to the bottom of the problem. Hate to see you get stopped in some small city and get arrested. Take care of it ASAP.
From NC DMV
BTW reading through that site I saw at one place and saw Speeding more than 55 mph―3 points
Driving is a privilege that should not be taken for granted. While the ease of motor vehicle transportation is convenient, it can also be dangerous. That is why you must drive safely in order to keep your license.
In North Carolina, there are many reasons why your driver license can be suspended or revoked. When your license is suspended or revoked, it is against the law to operate a motor vehicle, or to get a license in another state. Below are just a few examples of how you could potentially lose your license:
Receiving 12 points against your driving record in a three-year period
Getting eight points in the three years following a reinstatement after suspension/revocation
Fraudulent use of license―yours or claiming someone else's as your own
Conviction of an offense in another state, which, if committed here, would be grounds for suspension
but it says nothing what MPH Excessive speeding is
and I have not found anything about over 20mph over the limit gets you a go to jail card like i have been told, and heard some have been jailed over it.
Oh well. looks like NC can do whatever they care to on the fly when it comes to speeding, that is probably the reason why when I did a google for NC ticket law, about a bazillion law firms popped up for NC tickets