Racing New Jersey Traffic Offense NJSA 39:4-52
The motor vehicle offense of racing on the roadway is a five (5) point motor vehicle violation. Five points on your New Jersey driver’s license could have unforeseen and far reaching consequences. License suspension, surcharges, insurance rate increases, etc., are just a few possible consequences. A conviction of racing on a highway (roadway) carries with it a fine of up to $100 (first offense) and up to $200 for a subsequent conviction. More importantly, it is not uncommon for a municipal court judge to impose a license suspension if convicted of this traffic infraction. Our Firm represents those charged with NJ traffic violations and racing tickets. If you need to speak with a traffic ticket lawyer, our attorneys are available 24/7 for a free consultation. NJSA 39:4-52 follows in its entirety
39:4-52. Racing on highway prohibited; fine
No person shall operate a motor vehicle upon a public highway for a wager or in a race or for the purpose of making a speed record. A person who violates this section shall be fined not less than twenty-five nor more than one hundred dollars for the first offense, and, for a subsequent offense, not less than one hundred nor more than two hundred dollars.
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