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Points for (not) Trying - New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Point Schedule

New Jersey uses a motor vehicle point system. The schedule is provided here: .

Motor vehicle points can result in higher insurance premiums and the accumulation of too many points can result in a license suspension. If you are charged with a motor vehicle offense, please reach out to Musto & Alevras, Attorneys at Law today for a free consultation.


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