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1

What are 6 reasons a person can have their license suspended?

1. Failure to appear in court
2. Failure to pay surcharges
3. Failure to provide proof of insurance
4. Drug or alcohol use
5. Repeated traffic law violations
6. Vehicle abandonment on a public highway

2

What is the implied consent law?

Once you receive your license you also need to agree to take the breath test.

3

If your number of points totals 12-14 within 2 years what are your 3 options?

1. Appear in court
2. Surrender license for suspension
3. Attend the NJ Program

4

What is a habitual offender?

A driver whose license has been suspended 3 times in 3 years.

5

What is the insurance surcharge for 6 points in 3 years?

$150 within 3 years every additional charge of $25

6

What is the punishment for 1 st offense for DUI (Driving Under Influence) if you are under 21?

30-90 license suspension, 15-30 days of community service, participation in IDRC or Alcohol Ed. program.

7

What is the 1 st offense for Dui if you are over 21 and your BAC is between .08%-.10%.

3 months driving privilege suspension,
$250-400 fine,
12 to 48 hours in an IDRC,
Up to 30 days imprisonment,
$230 per day IDRC fee,
$100 drunk driving fund fee,
$100 Alcohol Education Rehabilitation and Enforcement Fund fee,
$1,000 annual surcharge for 3 years,
$75 Safe Neighborhood Service fund fee

8

What is the 1 st offense for DUI if you are over 21 with a BAC of .10% or higher?

7 month to 1 year driving privilege suspension,
$300-$500 fine,
12 to 48 hours in an IDRC,
Up to 30 days imprisonment,
$230 per day IDRC fee,
$100 drunk driving fund fee,
$100 Alcohol Education Rehabilitation and Enforcement Fund fee,
$1,000 annual surcharge for 3 years,
$75 Safe Neighborhood Service fund fee

9

How much more are fines in construction zones?

Double the fines in construction zones

10

When can you take a defensive driving course?

If the motorist has accumulated 12-14 points in a 2 year period or more.

11

What is a probationary driver program?

Drivers will begin a two-year-long probationary period after receiving a special learner or examination permit if convicted of 2 or more violations totaling 4 or more pts., 3pt. Reduction

12

What is a driver improvement program?

Remove 3 points from your license, after the restoration of your license, you're on probation for 1 year.

13

What is the penalty for refusing a breathalyzer?

Insurance surcharge $1,000 for 3 yrs.,
Detained & brought to hospital,
a suspension 7 months to a year

14

How many points are deducted from a person total for every year they are violation free?

Up to 3 points

15

What is the legal limit for DUI in NJ?

.08%

16

What is the penalty for falsifying information on a drivers license or registration application?

$200-500+ fine,
six months in prison
lose driving or registration privileges for 6 months to 2 years.