New Jersey Driving Records

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New Jersey Driving Records Search

Want to know the exact number of incidents you?ve been involved in while driving in New Jersey? If yes then a good way to achieve your objective is requesting for and obtaining a record of your driving history. Known as a driving record, the record of your driving history is an extremely useful document. New Jersey driving records are maintained by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC).

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New Jersey Driving Records Include

  • Your personal information
  • Suspensions and revocations
  • Driver?s license status and issuance date
  • Convictions and violations
  • DUI reports
  • Traffic accidents

You can request for and obtain New Jersey driving records in multiple ways. But, before we discuss the ways of requesting for and obtaining your New Jersey driver history, let?s take a look at the driving records available to you.

Non Certified New Jersey Driving Records

The first type of driving record that you can request for is a non-certified driving record. This driving record provides an overview of your driving history and is available online.

Certified New Jersey Driving Records

The second type of driving record that you can apply for in New Jersey is a certified five- year driving record. This type of driving record contains your five year driving history and is used by employers and insurance companies.

New Jersey Driving Record Abstract

The final type of driving record available to residents of New Jersey is a certified complete driving record. As the name suggests, a certified complete driving is a certified record of your driving history and contains everything you?d want to see on a driving record including accidents, violations, suspensions, payment history, type of violation etc.

There are three ways of requesting for and obtaining New Jersey driving records. To request for and obtain your driving record in person, visit the local MVC office, fill and submit the Driver history abstract request form, provide ID proof and pay the required fee. If you choose to request by mail, fill the aforementioned form and mail it along with a copy of your driver?s license and $15 pay order or cheque to:

NJ Motor Vehicle Commission

Abstract Unit

225 East State Street

P.O. Box 142

Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0142

Lastly, to obtain your New Jersey driving record online, visit the website of MVC, enter the required information, and pay the relevant fees. Another way you can obtain your New Jersey driving record online is through public databases.

New Jersey Driving Records

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  1. says:

    I need a NJ driver license abstract

  2. says:

    Sanyam, please let us know if we can be of further assistance with our NJ driving record resources

  3. says:

    I did write to their complaints/ comments section but not sure if that it the right way…

  4. says:

    Sanyam, if you can provide us with your full name we are happy to further assist you with a NJ driving record search

  5. says:

    I have had the same issue and even after pulling the non certified driving history record, there is no issue date on it – this is ridiculous tbh!!

  6. says:

    Pamela, you will need some kind of verifiable identification such as a NJ driver’s license, SSN card, birth certificate, passport, military ID to obtain any type of New Jersey Driver’s license

  7. says:

    I have not had a nj drivers license in over 15 yrs I just moved to ga.tried to get state I\’d was told I need nj mvr..mvr requires photo I\’d or license number I dont have either.what can I do

  8. says:

    You will want to contact the MVC directly about getting a document with the initial issue date on it

  9. says:

    Thanks. I did that last year but the DMV Canada rejected it because it did not have the initial date of issue of the NJ DL. I gave up but now I’d like to try the DL conversion again. Is there a form of the abstract that has the initial issue date? Or I have to write in to get a letter confirming that the abstract is related to the NJ DL with a the issued date specified.

  10. says:

    Eddie, you will need to reach out to the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to obtain a certified copy of your NJ driver abstract to obtain a Canada driver’s license

    How to Get a Copy of a New Jersey Driver Abstract

    You can get a certified copy of your New Jersey driver abstract by visiting the New Jersey MVC website. You must sign up for an online account. Then fill out the online driver abstract form and provide your driver’s license number and SSN. There will be a small fee and you can download a certified copy of your New Jersey driver abstract

  11. says:

    I need to provide a driver abstract for me to convert my NJ driver’s license to the Ontario, Canada driver’s license. The DMV in Canada said it has to show the date of issue of my NJ license in the abstract. They would not accept the standard abstract as it does not have the date of issue of my NJ license. Is there a different type of abstract that has the initial issue date of my NJ license? If not, what is an alternate way for me to provide evidence of the date I got my NJ driver’s license? Perhaps a letter from your office to accompany the abstract?

  12. says:

    Is My New Jersey Driver’s License Suspended?

    The New Jersey MVC, or motor vehicle commission, manages New Jersey driver licensing and administer driver’s license suspensions and revocations. There are several reasons why your New Jersey’s driver’s license might be suspended.

    New Jersey Driver’s License Suspension Reasons

    1. Too many points on your driving record
    2. DUI or DWI
    3. Reckless driving ticket
    4. At fault in a fatal car accident
    5. Failure to pay fines
    6. Certain health conditions

  13. says:

    Is licensed still suspended

  14. says:

    There are a multitude of reasons your New Jersey Driver’s License might have been suspended. Depending on the nature of the suspended driver’s license you will have different procedures to follow to get your New Jersey Driver’s License back.

    New Jersey Driver’s License Suspension Reasons

    • Getting a Reckless Driving Ticket
    • Failure to Appear in Court
    • Failure to Pay Traffic Violations
    • Being at Fault in a Fatal Accident
    • Getting a DUI or DWI
    • Not Having Auto Insurance
    • Driving With a Suspended Driver’s License
    • Abandoning Your Vehicle on the Highway
    • Having More Than 12 Points on Your Driving Record

    How To Get Your New Jersey Driver’s License Back

    • Pay the fines and outstanding fees associated with your suspended driver’s license
    • Wait for the mandatory suspension period before applying to have your suspension lifted
    • Follow up with the relevant community service or court appearance as deemed necessary
    • File for your driver’s license to be activated with the New Jersey MVC once you’ve fulfilled your obligations

  15. says:

    I need to know what i need to do to get my license back.

  16. says:


    You will need to contact the New Jersey County Court Clerk about this as we do not have any affiliation with the NJ courts or the PA DMV.

  17. says:

    I recieved a DUI in pa in 2005.I completed the courts orders on order too recieved my driving priveleges.I’m. Now in pa and they have no proof that I complied with the courts of nj and are still revoking g my license.who can help me?

  18. says:

    Hello Mark,

    We can certainly help you out with a New Jersey driving record lookup. We will need you full name and age to proceed. There are multiple records for a “Mark Walker” so we need some additional information to proceed.

    Best Regards,

    The Search Quarry Team

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Last Updated: 2017-03-25

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