Being charged with driving under the influence is one of the most common reasons why New Jersey drivers face a revocation of their license. Those who have their drivers' license revoked are often quite pursuant toward having it restored as soon as possible since they are unable to go about their daily activities without it.
If you have been charged with a DUI in New Jersey, and you want to take steps to get your license restored, it is important that you understand the process. By doing this, you will be able to get your drivers' license restored at the earliest possible date.
How much will I need to pay to restore my drivers' license?
You will need to pay a $100 restoration fee before you can have your drivers' license reinstated in New Jersey. This fee will be in addition to any other fines and fees you are subject to. You need to pay this fee to the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC), and you can do this by paying in the mail, online or in person.
Will I have to go through a probation period when my license is restored?
If you had to complete a Probationary Driver Program, a Driver Improvement Program or you are a persistent violator, you will be subject to a mandatory probation period. This will mean that your license will be suspended after a violation within the probation period.
If you have been charged with a DUI, it is important that you understand the options available to you so that you can get back on the road.