NJ Traffic Tickets for Florida Residents

August 9, 2009 · Posted in Traffic 

Written by: Randolph Wolf

Floida DMV says;

If you hold a Florida license and have received a ticket in another state, they will send Florida the ticket information and it will be added to your record. You will receive points on your license if the ticket is a point-accessible violation according to Florida Statute 322.27(3). Florida law does not allow any school or program to remove points for a ticket received in another state.

Any unpaid ticket reported by another state will result in the suspension of your Florida license. If this has happened you must contact the county where you received the ticket and obtain a receipt with the Court seal. You must present this receipt to DHSMV via fax (850-617-5178), or mail, or in person at any Florida Driver License Office. There will be a D6 suspension reinstatement fee due if the ticket was paid after the Florida suspension date. If you are not sure if you owe the D6 suspension reinstatement fee or have trouble contacting the county where you received the ticket, please call 850-617-2000 or inquire at your local Driver License Office in person.

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One Response to “NJ Traffic Tickets for Florida Residents”

  1. Joan Massiah on October 21st, 2009 11:55 am

    Hello, i am in Florida and this year after 10yrs they placed a notice on my Fl license regarding suspension for 2 parking tickets with a supension fee of $100.00 when i tried to renew my license this year i was told to call njdmv before they can update for the next my license for the next 6 years, everything was clear cut so there is nothing to dispute so i am in the process of taking care of that.the clerk at the njdmv was very courteous and handled the matter promptly and gave me all the information in 15-20 minutes. Thanks Joan M.

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