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If your original New Jersey certificate of title has been damaged, lost or stolen, you must apply for a car title copy with the New Jersey DMV. The documents needed to replace a lost car title or stolen vehicle title in NJ include:
- A completed Application for Duplicate Certificate of Ownership (Form OS/SS-52)
- Current vehicle registration card
- Proof of New Jersey auto insurance
Different documents are required to replace a damaged car title. In this case you are required to provide the following:
- A written statement that includes:
- The reason for the damage to the original vehicle title.
- Your name and address.
- Your vehicle description, including the make, model and VIN.
- The damaged certificate of title
In both cases, you must also provide payment for the $60 car title replacement fee.
You can submit the documents in person a nearby MVC office or mail them to the following address:
State of New Jersey
Motor Vehicle Commission
Special Title Section/Duplicate Titles
P.O. Box 017
Trenton, NJ 08666
For more information: How to Replace a Lost Vehicle Title in New Jersey
In New Jersey, drivers are allowed to renew an expired NJ driving license as early as six months before it expires. The NJ Motor Vehicle Commission will send you a notice in the mail at least ninety days before your license expires, reminding you to renew your drivers license.
If you are eligible to renew by mail, the NJ MVC will send you a “Skip the Trip” package, which outlines all the requirements you must meet. If not, drivers must make an in-person visit at a local NJ DMV and provide documents that satisfy the 6 Point ID verification requirements.
For more information: How to Renew a Driver's License in New Jersey
The requirements for military members to obtain a motorcycle license are the same as for regular NJ residents. Applicants must follow these steps:
- Complete an application form at any NJ DMV location
- Provide proof of identity as required by the New Jersey 6 point ID program
- Pass the required tests
- Pay applicable fees
If you are on active duty or you are a member of the New Jersey National Guard, your NJ motorcycle driving license will be automatically extended until you are fully discharged. Make sure you carry the extension letter and documents proving you are on active duty when operating your vehicle.
For more information: How to Apply for a Motorcycle License in New Jersey
If convicted of driving under the influence in New Jersey, the court might order you to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle as part of your drivers license reinstatement requirements. The length of time during which you must keep the IID in your vehicle depends on the number of times you have been convicted of DUI.
If the court orders you to install an IID, you will receive instructions on how to obtain and install the device on your vehicle in your MVC suspension notice, including a list of state-approved IID vendors. Also, you must present proof of IID installation when reinstating your driving privileges with the NJ Motor Vehicle Commission. Please note that failure to get a court-ordered IID could add another year to your drivers license suspension.
For more information: DUI/DWI Information for New Jersey
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