New Jersey DUI/DWI Client Resources Center
How do I contact New Jersey IDRC (Intoxicated Driving Resource Center)?
Everyone convicted of DWI/DUI in New Jersey must attend a specific number of hours as set forth by the court of IDRC training.
IDRC Resource Centers
NJMVC IDRC Information
What is the DUI Initiative (DUII)?
For those individuals who require financial assistance for drunk driving treatment, the government has created a program for financially indigent intoxicated drivers and they can receive the appropriate level and duration of treatment warranted, thus reducing the incidence of recidivism among intoxicated drivers and ultimately creating safer highways. To find out if you qualify, please review the requirements with one of the approved DUI Initiative (DUII) providers.
DUI Initiative webiste
DUI Initiative (DUII) Approved Providers
Where can I find out the penalties of Driving Under the Influence (DUI)?
NJMVC (New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission) website
Where can I find Information about Paying your DUI or other Traffic Violations Surcharges?
NJMVC assesses surcharges on a yearly basis for DUI and Traffic Violations. To access the NJMVC website for more information about the Surcharges:
NJMVC Surcharges Information
For information on how to pay your Surcharges:
NJMVC Surcharge Payment Information (New Jersey Surcharge Internet Payment Center)
What to do when you're charged with Driving While Suspended?
Possible reasons to have your license suspended in New Jersey:
If you receive 12 or more points on your current driver record
Failure to appear in court or to pay fines
Failure to pay surcharges
Driving with a suspended license
Failure to provide proof of insurance
Physical or mental disqualification
Drug or alcohol use while driving
Vehicle abandonment on a public highway
Fault in a fatal accident
NJMVC Website for Suspended Drivers License
If your license has already been suspended, do not drive until your license has been restored.
NJMVC Website for License Restoration
New Jersey CDL (Commercial Drivers License) Violations
NJMVC list of traffic related offenses for CDL holders
Q. How often can I get the 2-point reduction from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission?
A. The New Jersey MVC grants a 2-point reduction for taking a defensive driving course once every 5 years.
Q. What is involved in taking the defensive driving course?
A. If one word could describe the Driving University course, it would be simple. It’s simple for all ages. You read through the course and answer the questions. At the end of the course, you will take a multiple choice final quiz (many questions you will have already seen). It’s not difficult. If for some reason you do not pass, you can re-take it as often as you like. There is no additional charge for re-taking the final quiz.
Q. Do you mail my certificate for the New Jersey defensive driving course?
A. Yes, your Certificate of Completion will be sent via first class mail. Fed Ex overnight delivery is also available. Finish the course by 3pm CT (Mon-Fri) and your Certificate will be processed the same day!
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