What to do when your License Suspended
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR LICENSE SUSPENDED IN NEW JERSEY?
In New Jersey, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) can suspend your license for the reasons like if you have collected more than 12 points on your driver record or if you have committed offences like reckless or careless driving.
On the off chance that your driving privileges have been suspended, you should pay a Restoration Fee of $100. In the event that the judge did not take your license in court, you should surrender it at any Regional Service Center or mail to:
Motor Vehicle Commission
Driver Management Bureau
P.O. Box 134 Trenton, NJ 08650
You should not drive while your license is suspended otherwise it can cause you to reap excessively harsh penalties. You could face up to five years in jail.
POSSIBLE REASONS YOUR LICENSE CAN BE SUSPENDED
There can be many reasons behind your license suspension in New Jersey. Some of them are given below:
- Failure to appear in court or to pay surcharges
- Driving along with a suspended license or with no license
- Physical or mental disqualification
- Reckless driving
- If you receive 12 or more points on your current driver record
- Failure to provide proof of insurance
- Drug or alcohol use while driving (DUI and DWI)
- Vehicle abandonment on a public highway