This question may have already been asked. His right to drive in Pa is being . If the Bureau of Motor vehicles is aware that he is licensed in NJ, Pa may send notice to NJ. It will be up to that StTe to determine what action if any will be taken.
They are both part of an interstate compact that is supposed to inform each other of license suspensions. It is possible to get lucky, but don't count on it.
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