IF YOU HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH UNLICENSED DRIVING 39:3-10
YOU FACE UP TO 60 DAYS IN JAIL AND 6 MONTHS LICENSE SUSPENSION
If you received a traffic ticket in New Jersey for unlicensed driving you face
up to 60 days in jail, a fine and additional loss of your driving privileges.
Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg has a 98% Success Rate of eliminating this jail
time you could get with a NJ unlicensed driving offense.
CALL 1-800-9-RIGHTS for a free consultation to see how Attorney H. Scott
Aalsberg, Esq., can help you!
IN GENERAL (39:3-10)
No person shall drive a motor vehicle on a public highway in NJ unless the person is under
supervision while participating in a behind-the-wheel driving course or is in possession of a
validated NJ permit, or a provisional, basic or cdl driver's license issued to him by this or any
A person driving while unlicensed in NJ shall be subject to a fine not exceeding $500 and up to
60 days jail, plus MVC surcharges.
If said unlicensed driver has never been licensed in this or any other state a minimum fine of
$200.00 must be imposed by the court, up to 60 days in jail, and the court shall issue an order to
the motor vehicle commission requiring the MVC to refuse to issue a license to operate a
motor vehicle to the person for a period of not less than 180 days, plus MVC surcharges.
Lawyers Commentary on the law: The law states you must have a valid license or permit to drive. If
you don't you are an unlicensed driver, no exceptions. As stated above the penalties for driving
while unlicensed are severe and can include up to 60 days in jail. It does not matter that your
violation was simply forgetting to renew your license on time or take a vision test, the penalties are
the same. This may seem like small mistake, but the law states if you are to drive you must do so
with a valid license or permit. We can help, but you must take the first step and setup the free in
office consultation by calling 1-800-9-RIGHTS. The call is free the advice may be priceless!
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International Drivers License
Permits and Scams in NJ: The
state of New Jersey does not
recognize international drivers
license (IDL) or international drivers
permit (IDP) unless you are visiting
the United States for a period not
exceeding one year. This means
that you must have a tourist visa. If
you are here on any other visa or
(tourist) and are not authorized to
work or attend school in the country
and have a valid visa. The problem
is that most people driving with IDP
or IDL licenses are not here legally
and thus cannot driver a vehicle in
the State of New Jersey.
Many people and companies sell
these license in foreign language
newspapers and promise they are
valid, but they are not. If you have
fallen victim to one of these scams,
call us and setup a free in office
consultation we can still help you
reduce or eliminate the penalties of
an unlicensed driver ticket in NJ.
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** Please consult the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice and Motor Vehicle Laws for complete details on unlicensed driving or call our office at (732) 257-5040 to set
up a free in office consultation with an experienced unlicensed driving lawyer. All fines and penalties listed in this notice are for informational purposes only and do not
establish an attorney client relationship. *Past performance in regards to clients charged with unlicensed driving tickets in New Jersey is not indicative of future
performance and each case is fact sensitive, thus, the need for the in office consultation for the attorney to evaluate your case. Some penalties for unlicensed drivers may
not apply to out of state residents or residents of foreign countries please consult an attorney in your state of residence. All penalties listed are summarized and may
contain mistakes please refer directly to the attorney for any questions. All penalties effective as of March 3, 2015 and are subject to change at any time without notice.
|H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq., P.C.
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