I do not believe so. In NJ it is a 0 point ticket and the compact indicates that the home State treat it as if the event happened here. But in NY I think it has points so 2 points may come over. I wish I could be of more help.
As Attorney Cheser indicated, New Jersey and New York share information. In New York a seatbelt ticket can result in three points, however, since a seatbelt ticket in New jersey seems to be a non point generating offense I am unsure whether New Jersey could assign two points for an out of state violation.
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While I agree with Mark Cheser, I also believe that this is a duplicate question.
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