You cannot appeal the surcharges but you may be able to appeal the dispositions in the Courts whether by plea or trial that created the surcharges. Why did you plead to the 39:3-40 tickets? That charge is among the most defensible charges in municipal court since they must prove proper notice.. Cases have ruled that out of state violators must pay the surcharges. There are also course and programs to reduce points more quickly than the 3 point yearly deduction for violation free driving. Call for a free consultation. Newark is a very reasonable court.
This seems to be surcharges old and new. There is no way to appeal surcharges. You may want to consult with a bankruptcy attorney to see if the surcharges are dischargeable.
This is from the NJ MVC Surcharge fact sheet and seems like a complete answer to your questions:
You are responsible for paying an imposed surcharge even if you move out of
New Jersey. The surcharge applies regardless of your current license, registration
and/or insurance status. No driver will be exempt from surcharge obligations
based on violations received while in New Jersey with an out-of-state license.
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I agree with my colleagues that you cannot appeal the surcharges and you are responsible for paying any imposed surcharges even if you moved out of New Jersey and hold an out of state license.
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