If you have had your drivers’ license revoked in New Jersey, you will need to take action to have it restored when you are eligible to do so. By understanding the way that the law works in our state, you will be able to take the appropriate action to get back on the road as soon as possible.
You may have had your drivers’ license revoked or suspended for a number of reasons. You may have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI), for example, or alternatively, you may have acquired too many points on your license due to traffic violations.
How do I restore my drivers’ license?
In order to restore your drivers’ license, you must first pay a $100 reinstatement fee. If you had your license suspended because of a DUI or because of any other alcohol-related charge, you may also have to pay additional fines. You can pay this fee online or in person by visiting the full-service motor vehicle agency.
Will I be subject to a probation period when I get my drivers’ license back?
If your drivers’ license was suspended for points or if you are a persistent violator, you will be subject to a probation period of one year after you have taken a driving education program.
If you want to take action to have your New Jersey driver’s license reinstated, it is important that you fully understand how the law relates to your specific circumstances. You should also make sure that you have completed all of the necessary steps in the reinstatement process.