TRENTON –The Motor Vehicle Commission resumed operations at additional agencies and inspection stations on Friday, November 2.
The following agencies will remain closed until further notice:
- Jersey City
- South Brunswick
- South Plainfield
- Toms River
The following inspection stations will remain closed until further notice:
- South Brunswick
Customers are also reminded that all driver tests (written/road), driver conferences and specialty vehicle inspections previously scheduled for Oct. 29 through Nov. 3 have been cancelled. The MVC will contact customers to reschedule the services for those dates.
The MVC will begin conducting scheduled CDL road testing at the following locations on Saturday, Nov. 3: Bakers Basin, Cherry Hill, Lodi, Miller Air Park, Rahway and Wayne. All other scheduled road testing will resume on Monday, Nov. 5.
To ease the burden on customers who did not have a chance to visit a facility last month for service, MVC Chairman and Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez has issued Administrative Order 2012-03 authorizing a 30-day extension for all driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations and inspection that expired on Oct. 31.
Individuals and businesses with motor vehicles and boats that were damaged or destroyed during Hurricane Sandy and require a salvage title may find information on the MVC’s website at http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Vehicle/SpecialVehicles.htm
Martinez has also issued Administrative Order 2012-05, which will provide an International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) penalty waiver to those individuals and businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy. The penalty waiver applies to any late returns filed or payments made by affected IFTA taxpayers postmarked between Nov. 1 and Nov. 7. Waivers of interest will be limited to interest owed to New Jersey and to any other IFTA state or province that authorizes the MVC to waive its interest.
Lastly, Administrative Order 2012-06 was issued, which authorizes an extension of temporary vehicle registration tags (temp tags) that expire between Nov. 1 and Nov.9. The expiration of the tags will be extended until Nov. 10.
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