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Question:

In North Carolina, your vehicle liability insurance policy must have at least ________ in coverage for injuries to one person in any one accident.

A $30,000
Explaination

In North Carolina, your vehicle liability insurance policy must have the following coverages at minimum: $30,000 in coverage for injuries to one person in any one accident; $60,000 in coverage for injuries to all persons in any one accident; and $25,000 in coverage for property damage in any one accident. [Insurance and Financial Responsibility, Chapter 7 – How DMV Serves You, North Carolina Driver's Handbook]