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Darryl M. Saunders

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Newark, NJ 07105

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Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:19-10.1

Any person who is convicted of any of the following offenses, including offenses committed while operating a motorized bicycle, shall be assessed points for each conviction in accordance with the following schedule:


Statute Section
Number Offense Points

27:23-29 Moving against traffic: New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Atlantic City Expressway 2
27:23-29 Improper passing: New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Atlantic City Expressway 4
27:23-29 Unlawful use of median strip: New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Atlantic City Expressway 2
39:3-20 Operating constructor vehicle in excess of 30 MPH 3
39:4-14.3 Operating motorized bicycle on a restricted highway 2
39:4-14.3d More than one person on a motorized bike 2
39:4-35 Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk 2
39:4-36 Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk; passing a vehicle yielding to pedestrian in crosswalk 2
39:4-41 Driving through a safety zone 2
39:4-52 &; 39:5C-1 Racing on highway 5
39:4-55 Improper action or omission on grades and curves 2
39:4-57 Failure to observe direction of officer 2
39:4-66 Failure to stop vehicle before crossing sidewalk 2
39:4-66.1 Failure to yield to pedestrians or vehicles while entering or leaving highway 2
39:4-71 Operating a motor vehicle on a sidewalk 2
39:4-80 Failure to obey direction of officer 2
39:4-81 Failure to observe traffic signals 2
39:4-82 Failure to keep right 2
39:4-82.1 Improper operating of vehicle on divided highway or divider 2
39:4-83 Failure to keep right at intersection 2
39:4-84 Failure to pass to right of vehicle proceeding in opposite direction 5
39:4-85 Improper passing on right or off roadway 4
39:4-85.1 Wrong way on a one-way street 2
39:4-86 Improper passing in no passing zone 4
39:4-87 Failure to yield to overtaking vehicle 2
39:4-88 Failure to observe traffic lanes 2
39:4-89 Tailgating 5
39:4-90 Failure to yield at intersection 2
39:4-90.1 Failure to use proper entrances to limited access highways 2
39:4-91 &; 39:4-92 Failure to yield to emergency vehicles 2
39:4-96 Reckless driving 5
39:4-97 Careless driving 2
39:4-97a Destruction of agricultural or recreational property 2
39:4-97.1 Slow speed blocking traffic 2
39:4-97.2 Driving in an unsafe manner (Points only assessed for the third or subsequent violation(s) with in a five-year period) 4
39:4-98 Exceeding maximum speed 1-14 mph over limit 2*
39:4-99 Exceeding maximum speed 15-29 mph over limit 4
Exceeding maximum speed 30 mph or more over limit 5
39:4-105 Failure to stop for traffic light 2
39:4-115 Improper turn at traffic light 3
39:4-119 Failure to stop at flashing red signal 2
39:4-122 Failure to stop for police whistle 2
39:4-123 Improper right or left turn 3
39:4-124 Improper turn from approved turning course 3
39:4-125 Improper "U" turn 3
39:4-126 Failure to give proper signal 2
39:4-127 Improper backing or turning in street 2
39:4-127.1 Improper crossing of railroad grade crossing 2
39:4-127.2 Improper crossing of bridge 2
39:4-128 Improper crossing of railroad grade crossing by certain vehicles 2
39:4-128.1 Improper passing of school bus 5
39:4-128.4 Improper passing of a frozen dessert truck 4
39:4-129 Leaving the scene of an accident: No personal injury 2
Personal injury 8
39:4-144 Failure to observe "stop" or "yield" signs 2
39:5D-4 Moving violation out-of-state 2

NOTE: * A conviction for speeding of 1-14 miles per hour over the speed limit is a two (2) point violation. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 17:33B-14.1 if you have an otherwise clean driving record an insurance company cannot raise your insurance rates for a 2-point speeding conviction, (unless the speeding occurred in a school zone).

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