In North Carolina, it is illegal to drive a vehicle while noticeably impaired or with an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher. When driving a commercial motor vehicle, the limit is 0.04.
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Is drunk driving a felony in NC?
A DWI in North Carolina will be charged as a felony if one of two scenarios can be applied to the case: if the accused driver is an habitual offender or if the DWI resulted in an accident that caused the death of another person.