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This is from North Carolina's DMV....
"3. Proof of Liability Insurance:
Proof of liability insurance includes providing insurance documents such as:
DMV form DL-123;
or an original liability insurance policy binder;
or an insurance card with: your name, policy number, issue and expiration date.
The liability insurance documents must show your name, the effective date of policy, the expiration date of the policy, and the date the policy was issued.
Even if you do not own or drive a currently registered vehicle you may still apply for a license, but a restriction will be placed on your driver license. This restriction limits you to only driving "fleet vehicles" and costs $10.00 when you are ready to remove it from your license.
For the complete description of liability insurance visit the Driver's Handbook: Chapter 1 - Requirements. "