As with most states, three years for insurance purposes, and seven years on your MVR.
Depends on the state and which class of driver's license you have. General operators license: 2 years in most areas.
In NJ you will get a surcharge after your 6th point has been added to your driving history
In New Jersey you lose 3 points for going a full year without any further infractions. All moving violations stay on your record permanently with the NJ department of Motor Vehicles. It is only if you have 6 points or more on your license that the State of NJ has a surcharge. After a year will have 0 points on your license. However, your car insurance will go up as a result of the ticket.
You do get two point for moving violations done out side NJ, with NJ license. Check out the MVC site.http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Violations/penalties_otherStates.htmKrishna
Yes. NJ will be notified and assess you the points against your NJ license. All states are linked together and honor each other DMV records and court decisions.
yes they will throughout the u.s.
Yes, NJ will place two points against your license for an out of state ticket. Your insurance company will usually raise your rates.
It could be revoked indefinitely.
I don't think that NJ can take any points off your licence so they can't suspend your licence all they can do is suspend your rights to drive in NJ.
You shouldn't have to. If you have ur NJ license then it works in all states. and you have to live in FL at least 6 months out of the year to be able to get a FLorida license