Hi I just got a delaying traffic ticket statute no 39:4-56 in Newark airport and wondering if it carries any points thanx
No motor vehicle points, however that does not mean that your insurance company especially if your a truck driver can't still raise your rates.
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It is a zero point ticket. The police office was probably being nice to you by issuing you a no point ticket. Best of luck.
Not if you have a NJ license, some other states will assess points.
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No points. It is normally overloading your vehicle ( it can be construction of the vehicle or maintenance of the vehicle) in a manner that can cause delay in traffic or injury to "man or beast", that is how old this statute is. (1928), But as Mr. Aalsberg says part of it can be "drive" the rest is "conduct". So it can be a moving violation or a non moving and your insurance company may consider it an event that raises rates. Check with them before doing anything.
This ticket carries no points in New Jersey. As my colleagues have stated, other states may treat it differently, but it is an extremely minor violation in New Jersey.
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