What if you drive in NJ without a license?

jail. You should not drive illegally in NJ, because NJ scans plates going down the road, they can tell in 2 seconds if you dont have insurance, if your inspection has expired, or if anyone in your household is "wanted".

Another Answer

Driving without a proper driving license -- anywhere -- is against the law. If you are caught, and depending on how you were caught, the penalty can be a substantial fine and potentially time in jail.

Too frequently, people who drive without a driving license are involved in accidents, drive under the influence, or drive too fast, or drive an ill-equipped car. The moment you are stopped, you are caught.

Driving without a license is not smart.