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Can you get a ticket in New Jersey if you are missing one license plate?


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2014-04-17 04:09:22
2014-04-17 04:09:22

No you dont get a ticket you go to ( JAIL ) !


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It is possible to get a ticket for a partially obstructed license plate in New Jersey. The license plate needs to be able to be clearly read by law enforcement.

Yes, by law, you are required to have a front license plate in the state of New Jersey.

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You have to pay the ticket or NY will have GA suspend your license.

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According to the ticket in my lap, yes it is. Constitutes as a moving violation by obstructing view to the license plate.

If the vin # is listed or any other correct information, such as your actual address and name, then the ticket is still good and won't be dismissed.

When you get a 'ticket' for violating a State Statute, City Ordinance, or Driving Code the violation is not tied to the license plate on the vehicle. The license plate is associated with the "registered owner" of the vehicle.When you get a 'ticket', it is associated with your driver's license, and the 'violation' is put in the driving record that is tied to your driver's license.You (if you are the registered owner of the vehicle) can get new license plates for your vehicle for many different reasons, unfortunately the tickets (violations) you get while driving (in any vehicle) are all associated with your driver license, not the vehicle's license plate.If you are referring to having been given a 'parking ticket', then the officer has 'called in' the license plate number and issued that parking ticket to the registered owner of the vehicle, which is also put on the person's driving record.Changing the license plate will not get you out of paying a parking ticket.

Yes, there is a law in NC requiring a license plate on the motorcycle. Without this a person can receive a ticket and pay a fine.

The state slogan is: New Jersey, Come See for Yourself. The state license plate says: The Garden State

Cost of having an expired license plate is going to depend on the laws in the jurisdiction that issued the ticket. Each state gets to establish their own penalties.

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No. The issue is a minor one and if all the other information is correct, the name of the driver, plate number etc. the ticket is valid.

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YES! Basically a police officer in the province of Ontario has 30 days to issue you a regular Provincial Offences Act ticket. As long as he can identify the driver, he would note the license plate and go to the address that the plate is registered to and serve that person with the ticket.

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A little confusion here! You are being given a ticket - and the officer is, presumably, looking at your license -- and yet YOU are giving him a false name and false address??!!How are you managing that? By presenting a falsified drivers license?The penalty for falsifying a government document can be QUITE severe!AND - they should be able to trace you by the vehicle's license plate anyway.

If the plate is simply expired, it is a ticket offense and you'll have to park it until you can get it towed home. If you changed the tag from one vehicle to another, that is clearly illegal, and in addition to the ticket you will get the police may impound it.

Yes. If it isn't mounted on the vehicle in the lawfully specified locations it is improper.

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