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Any vehicle that has sustained considerable damage and for which the cost of repair is far greater than the cost of the vehicle, is a savaged vehicle. All vehicles in New Jersey have to be titled, including salvage cars.
To apply for a salvage vehicle title in NJ, submit the following documents to an NJ MVC:
- A NJ certificate of title, properly assigned to your car insurance company
- Payment for the titling fee
- A completed Insurance listing sheet (BA-28), as well as a statement from the auto insurance company explaining how the car was acquired
After the completion of this procedure, the vehicle must undergo a vehicle inspection before being operated on NJ state roads.
For more information: Title Transfers or obtaining a New Certificate of Title 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
New Jersey courts offer an easy-to-use online traffic ticket search system. All you need to do is enter your license plate number, court identification number and traffic ticket number, and follow the instructions provided.
If you are missing any of the aforementioned information, contact the relevant court and ask the clerk to provide you with any traffic or parking ticket information you need.
For more information: How to Pay a Traffic Ticket in New Jersey
The state of New Jersey does not issue any temporary, provisional or work licenses which permit the driver to operate a motor vehicle during certain hours of the day, or for the purpose of traveling to work.
NJ state laws do not allow the issuance of a hardship license after a DWI conviction or any violation that has resulted in a suspension on your drivers license. Moreover, driving on a suspended license incurs harsh penalties in New Jersey, such as five years of jail time.
For more information: Suspended License Information for New Jersey
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