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Driving Without A License Or Insurance

At the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., we help those facing charges of driving without a driver’s license or insurance protect their driving privileges. Our attorney, Jack Stillman, will work closely with you, explain the law and the potential consequences, and develop a defense to protect your driving privileges.

For a free consultation to discuss your goals and concerns, contact our office in Manalapan today. We represent clients throughout Monmouth and Middlesex counties.

Understanding Potential Consequences Of Driving Without A License Or Insurance

New Jersey law prohibits the registration, or, if already registered, the operation, of a motor vehicle unless it is covered by specified limits of liability insurance coverage (N.J.S.A. 39:6B-1). If you received a scheduled suspension or order of suspension for being an uninsured motorist (look for one of the following event codes on top left side of your letter: UMS-S-ICRG, UMS-O-ICRG, UMS-S-ICLS, UMS-O-ICLC), you must do the following to restore your privileges:

  • Submit a photocopy of your current New Jersey insurance identification card for the vehicle(s) (but not for the canceled policy); OR
  • Submit a photocopy of the declaration page of your current insurance policy describing the vehicle(s) and coverage.

If you no longer own or use the vehicle(s), or if it is registered in another state, you must:

  • Surrender the registration certificate(s) and license plates to the MVC; AND submit a photocopy of the receipt for the surrendered license plates.
  • If the license plates are no longer in your possession, you must submit an RSC6 Form explaining what happened to the license plates.

If your registration privileges are suspended, you should not drive or operate the vehicle(s) until you have received written notification from the MVC Chief Administrator that your registration privileges, and the registration for that vehicle, have been restored. If your driving privileges have been suspended, you should not operate any vehicle until you have received written notification from the MVC Chief Administrator that your driving privileges have been restored.

If both your driving and registration privileges are suspended, they will not be restored until the above-mentioned requirements are met and a $100 restoration fee for each privilege affected is submitted (registration and license).

Contact Our Firm For Information, Advice And Representation

Call the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., at 732-333-8942 and schedule a free consultation. You can also reach us via email by completing an online contact form. Our firm routinely represents in-state and out-of-state clients in Monmouth County, in Middlesex County and throughout New Jersey.