§ 39:4-1 Application of chapter
§ 39:4-2 Transfer of powers and duties of commissioner to director of Division of Motor Vehicles
§ 39:4-6 Duties of commissioner.
§ 39:4-7 Director’s hearings; subpoenas
§ 39:4-8 Commissioner of Transportation’s approval required; exceptions.
§ 39:4-8.1 Approval of parking spaces for persons with disabilities, signs.
§ 39:4-8.2 Definitions relative to traffic regulation.
§ 39:4-8.3 Regulation of traffic, parking on public highways, transportation systems.
§ 39:4-8.4 Issuance of order.
§ 39:4-8.5 Official permanent record of orders.
§ 39:4-8.6 Continuance, adoption of rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-8.7 Orders not considered rule, regulation pursuant to C.52:14B-1 et seq.
§ 39:4-8.8 Construction of act.
§ 39:4-8.9 Definitions relative to speed humps, traffic calming measures.
§ 39:4-8.10 Construction of speed humps, traffic calming measures by municipality, county.
§ 39:4-8.11 Conformance of speed humps to DOT standards.
§ 39:4-8.12 Findings, declarations relative to traffic control signal monitoring systems.
§ 39:4-8.13 Definitions relative to traffic control signal monitoring systems; recording requirements.
§ 39:4-8.14 Five-year pilot program relative to effectiveness of installation, utilization of traffic control signal monitoring systems, public awareness campaign.
§ 39:4-8.15 Review of recorded images by law enforcement official; issuance of summons.
§ 39:4-8.16 Rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-8.17 Reports from municipalities; annual report to Governor, Legislature.
§ 39:4-8.18 Effective date, expiration date.
§ 39:4-8.19 Request for commissioner’s review; fees; rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-8.20 Payment of fine; distribution.
§ 39:4-8.21 Construction of curb extension, bulbout on certain private roads.
§ 39:4-9.1 Exchange of information between states concerning certain violations
§ 39:4-10 Lights and reflectors on bicycles
§ 39:4-10.1 Bicycle helmets, requirements.
§ 39:4-10.2 Violations, warnings, fines; “Bicycle and Skating Safety Fund.”
§ 39:4-10.3 Posting of sign required; violations, penalties; renters required to provide helmet; immunity.
§ 39:4-10.4 Rules, regulations
§ 39:4-10.5 Definitions, requirements relative to wearing helmets when roller skating, skate boarding.
§ 39:4-10.6 Violations, penalties, disposition of fines collected.
§ 39:4-10.7 Noncompliance no bar to action.
§ 39:4-10.8 Warning notice for roller skates, skateboards, electric personal assistive mobility devices; immunity from civil liability.
§ 39:4-10.9 Posting of sign required; violations; penalties.
§ 39:4-10.10 Rights, duties of roller skaters, skateboarders on roadway.
§ 39:4-10.10a Regulation of skateboarding, roller skating; “roller skates” defined.
§ 39:4-10.10b Accommodation of roller skates, skateboards not required.
§ 39:4-10.11 Roller skaters, skateboarders to keep to right of roadway; exceptions.
§ 39:4-10.12 Act not applicable to roller skating rinks.
§ 39:4-10.13 Rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-11 Audible signal
§ 39:4-11.1 Brake required
§ 39:4-12 Position of hands and feet; carrying another person
§ 39:4-14 Hitching on vehicles prohibited
§ 39:4-14.1 Rights, duties of bicycle riders on roadways, exemptions.
§ 39:4-14.2 Keeping to right; exceptions; single file
§ 39:4-14.3 Regulations relative to motorized bicycles.
§ 39:4-14.3a Retail sales; conformance of bicycles to act and regulations
§ 39:4-14.3b Violations; penalties
§ 39:4-14.3c Rules and regulations
§ 39:4-14.3d Operator only on bicycle
§ 39:4-14.3e Compulsory liability insurance coverage
§ 39:4-14.3f Accident reports
§ 39:4-14.3g Operation by person under influence of liquor or drugs; penalty
§ 39:4-14.3h Suspension of privilege; second violation
§ 39:4-14.3i Registration; requirements; form and content of certificate; expiration; renewal
§ 39:4-14.3j Form for sale of motorized bicycles; registration; fees
§ 39:4-14.3k License plate
§ 39:4-14.3l . Removal from state, destruction, theft or discontinued usage; notice; transfer of ownership
§ 39:4-14.3m Display of license
§ 39:4-14.3n Make and model numbers; certification; list of approved bicycles
§ 39:4-14.3o . Nonresident motorized bicycle owner; registration
§ 39:4-14.3p Proof of ownership; bicycle purchased prior to effective date of act
§ 39:4-14.3q Helmet
§ 39:4-14.3r Dealer licensed as motor vehicle dealer; inapplicability of restrictions contained in Municipal Land Use Law
§ 39:4-14.3s Rules and regulations
§ 39:4-14.3t Violations; fine
§ 39:4-14.3u Ownership acquired prior to effective date of act; compliance with act
§ 39:4-14.3v Education program for safe operation; fund
§ 39:4-14.3v1 Educational program for safe operation of bicycles; fund
§ 39:4-14.3w Appropriation of fees
§ 39:4-14.3x Motorized bicycle operators subject to penalties
§ 39:4-14.4 Sale or rent of bicycle; equipment with reflectors
§ 39:4-14.4a Helmet use; required display of promotional statement
§ 39:4-14.5 Bicycle defined
§ 39:4-14.6 Inapplicability of act to person not regularly engaged in selling or renting bicycles
§ 39:4-14.7 Equipment; rules and regulations
§ 39:4-14.7a Rules, regulations; warning cards.
§ 39:4-14.8 Violations; penalties
§ 39:4-14.9 Enforcement of act; jurisdiction of proceedings to collect fine
§ 39:4-14.10 Electric personal assistive mobility device defined; regulations concerning
§ 39:4-14.11 Noncompliance with regulations on electric personal assistive mobility device operation, warning, fine.
§ 39:4-14.12 Motorized scooter, prohibited from operation on public street, highway, sidewalk; exceptions.
§ 39:4-14.13 Violations, fines, seizure, community service.
§ 39:4-14.14 Operation of motorized scooters permitted on designated municipal, county property, requirements.
§ 39:4-14.15 Issuance of placard, sticker for persons with disabilities to operator of motorized scooter.
§ 39:4-14.16 Operation of low-speed electric bicycle or scooter.
§ 39:4-15 Sleigh bells on horses attached to a sleigh
§ 39:4-16 Unattended horses; precautions used
§ 39:4-17 Unbitted horses
§ 39:4-18 Removing part of vehicle or harness
§ 39:4-19 Obstructing sidewalk with tie rope, etc., prohibited
§ 39:4-20 Hitching horses to pole, post, tree or hydrant prohibited
§ 39:4-21 Racing on highway prohibited; exception
§ 39:4-22 Reins held in hands
§ 39:4-23 Mistreatment of horse, violations, disorderly person; certain acts, crime of fourth degree
§ 39:4-24 Use of whip
§ 39:4-25 Lights on animal-drawn vehicles
§ 39:4-25.1 Rights and duties of persons riding or driving animals
§ 39:4-26 Moving heavy machinery, apparatus, etc.; registration fee; permits; reciprocity
§ 39:4-27 Loading and operation of trailer; permittee’s responsibility in damages
§ 39:4-28 Height; overhead wires
§ 39:4-29 Time for moving along street railway tracks
§ 39:4-30 Exceptions to application of article; “temporary” or “in-transit” registration plates
§ 39:4-31 Violations of article; fine
§ 39:4-31.1 Operation of low-speed vehicle on public roads; conditions.
§ 39:4-31.2 Requirements for low-speed vehicles operated on public road, highway.
§ 39:4-31.3 Valid driver’s license required for operation of low-speed vehicle; registration, insurance.
§ 39:4-31.4 Certificate of origin of low-speed vehicle; waiver of liability by purchaser.
§ 39:4-31.5 Low-speed vehicle exempt from inspection.
§ 39:4-32 Crossing roadway; signal.
§ 39:4-33 Use of designated crosswalk; keeping to right
§ 39:4-34 Pedestrians to cross within crosswalk or at right angles; facing traffic; sidewalks
§ 39:4-36 Driver to yield to pedestrians, exceptions; violations, penalties.
§ 39:4-36.1 Crossing having pedestrian tunnel or overhead crossing; right of way
§ 39:4-36.2 “Pedestrian Safety Enforcement and Education Fund.”
§ 39:4-36.3 Findings, declarations relative to pedestrian safety.
§ 39:4-36.4 Identification of problem intersections.
§ 39:4-37 Regulating crossing at intersections by local authorities
§ 39:4-37.1 Right-of-way crossing intersection for blind person, guide dog instructor.
§ 39:4-38 Vehicles travelling upon street car route to give way to street car; intersections; overtaking and passing street cars
§ 39:4-39 Distance to be kept behind street car
§ 39:4-40 Passing street car
§ 39:4-41 Driving through safety zones prohibited
§ 39:4-42 Action of motorman on collision
§ 39:4-43 Crossing signals
§ 39:4-44 Car stops
§ 39:4-45 Obstruction of crosswalks by street cars
§ 39:4-46 Commercial motor vehicle identification; GVWR to be displayed
§ 39:4-47 Violations of article; fine
§ 39:4-48 Operating or using motor vehicle without consent of owner; fine
§ 39:4-49 Tampering with vehicle; fine
§ 39:4-49.1 Drug possession by motor vehicle operator.
§ 39:4-49.2 Exemption; physicians, dentists, etc.
§ 39:4-49.3 Exemption; common carriers, warehousemen, etc.
§ 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated.
§ 39:4-50.2a Guidelines for DWI and breath test refusal prosecutions
§ 39:4-50.3 Method of analyses; approval of techniques; certification of analysts; reports; forms
§ 39:4-50.4a Refusal to submit to test; penalties.
§ 39:4-50.5 Severability
§ 39:4-50.8 Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund
§ 39:4-50.9 Short title
§ 39:4-50.10 “Victim” defined
§ 39:4-50.11 Victims’ rights
§ 39:4-50.12 Consultation with prosecutor
§ 39:4-50.13 Tort Claims Act rights
§ 39:4-50.14 Penalties for underage person operating motor vehicle after consuming alcohol.
§ 39:4-50.15 Additional penalty for driving under the influence with a minor as a passenger.
§ 39:4-50.16 Findings, declarations relative to ignition interlock devices.
§ 39:4-50.16a Findings, declarations relative to certain drunk drivers.
§ 39:4-50.17 Sentencing drunk driving offenders; use of ignition interlock device required.
§ 39:4-50.17a Monthly leasing fee for installation of ignition interlock device.
§ 39:4-50.17b Semiannual summary report.
§ 39:4-50.18 Notification to NJMVC of ignition interlock device installation.
§ 39:4-50.19 Violation of law; penalties.
§ 39:4-50.20 Certification of devices.
§ 39:4-50.21 Rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-50.22 Written statement of potential civil, criminal liability for permitting an intoxicated arrestee’s operation of motor vehicle
§ 39:4-50.23 Impoundment of vehicle operated by arrestee; conditions of release; fee for towing, storage
§ 39:4-51 Sentence for violation of 39:4-50; service, work release; rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-51a No consumption of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles; presumption; penalties.
§ 39:4-51b Prohibition of possession of open, unsealed alcoholic beverage container, circumstances
§ 39:4-52 Racing on highway prohibited; fine
§ 39:4-53 Leaving vehicle with engine running prohibited; fine
§ 39:4-54 Trailers; number permitted; towing methods; auxiliary axles; converter dolly
§ 39:4-55 Action on steep grades and curves
§ 39:4-56 Delaying traffic prohibited
§ 39:4-56.1 Willfully causing vehicle to become disabled; abandonment of vehicle upon public highway
§ 39:4-56.2 Violations; penalties
§ 39:4-56.3 Suspension of registration
§ 39:4-56.4 Legislative findings and declarations
§ 39:4-56.5 Abandonment of motor vehicle.
§ 39:4-56.6 Abandonment of vehicle on private property; removal by owner of property; costs; sale of vehicle.
§ 39:4-56.7 Issuance of summons for violation by law enforcement officer
§ 39:4-56.8 Definitions; removal of disabled motor vehicles by towing service under contract; failure to remove debris surrounding vehicle; penalty
§ 39:4-57 Observance of directions of officers
§ 39:4-57.1 Activation of interior light in vehicle upon request of police officer; fine
§ 39:4-58 Driving vehicle with view to rear and sides obstructed
§ 39:4-59 Begging rides prohibited
§ 39:4-60 Soliciting trade or contributions permitted, certain; designation of particular highway as hazardous for such purposes; signs; penalty
§ 39:4-60.1 Certain rotating or flashing lights prohibited
§ 39:4-60.2 Removal without notice
§ 39:4-60.3 Emergency use
§ 39:4-61 Tailboard riding
§ 39:4-62 Leaving curb
§ 39:4-63 Placing, throwing or depositing from motor vehicle, injurious substance on highway; fine; forfeiture of right to operate motor vehicle
§ 39:4-64 Highway littering ban
§ 39:4-64.1 Signs informing of consequences of violation
§ 39:4-65 Letting off or taking on persons
§ 39:4-66 Emerging from alley, driveway, garage, or private road or driveway
§ 39:4-66.1 Right of way on entering or leaving alley, driveway, garage, or private road or driveway
§ 39:4-66.2 Avoidance of traffic control signal, sign; violations, penalties
§ 39:4-67 Obstructing passage of other vehicles or street cars prohibited; clearance of intersections
§ 39:4-68 Doors of street car or autobus closed
§ 39:4-69 Riding on part not intended for passengers prohibited
§ 39:4-71 Driving on sidewalk
§ 39:4-75 Overweight vehicles on bridge; penalty.
§ 39:4-76 Driving overweight vehicles on interstate bridges; penalty; liability for damages; disposition of penalties
§ 39:4-77 Loading so as to spill prohibited; minimum safety standards; penalty
§ 39:4-77.1 Snow, ice dislodged from moving vehicle causing injury, property damage; penalties; public awareness campaign, data collection system.
§ 39:4-77.2 “Motor Vehicle Snow and Ice Removal Safety Fund.”
§ 39:4-77.3 “Anti-Snow Dumping Act”; violations, penalties.
§ 39:4-78 Carrying metals
§ 39:4-79 Backing to curb
§ 39:4-80 Traffic control by officers
§ 39:4-80.1 Penalty for failure to comply with school crossing guard’s signal to stop.
§ 39:4-81 Traffic signals, observance; rule at nonoperational signals.
§ 39:4-82 Keeping to right
§ 39:4-82.1 Two roadway highways; driving upon
§ 39:4-83 Keeping to right at intersections; exception on one-way roadway
§ 39:4-84 Passing to right when proceeding in opposite directions
§ 39:4-85 Passing to left when overtaking; passing when in lines; passing on right.
§ 39:4-85.1 Designation of one-way traffic.
§ 39:4-86 Overtaking and passing vehicles; crossing “No Passing” lines
§ 39:4-87 Overtaken vehicle to give way.
§ 39:4-87.1 Right of way of certain buses reentering traffic.
§ 39:4-88 Traffic on marked lanes.
§ 39:4-88.1 Penalties, fines.
§ 39:4-88.2 Repository fund.
§ 39:4-89 Following; space between trucks
§ 39:4-90 Right of way at intersections
§ 39:4-90.1 Limited access highways, driving onto or from
§ 39:4-91 Right of way of emergency vehicles; liability of drivers.
§ 39:4-92 Authorized emergency vehicles; clearance for; following or parking near
§ 39:4-92.1 Fire department vehicle returning to fire station; flashing red light
§ 39:4-92.2 Procedure for motorist approaching certain stationary vehicles.
§ 39:4-92.3 Public awareness campaign.
§ 39:4-93 Processions
§ 39:4-94 Railroad blocking highway
§ 39:4-94.2 State, county or municipal highway, road or street closed with posted notice and barricade; violations; penalty
§ 39:4-95 “Vehicle” defined
§ 39:4-96 Reckless driving; punishment
§ 39:4-97 Careless driving
§ 39:4-97a Agricultural, recreational property protected
§ 39:4-97.1 Slow speeds as blocking traffic
§ 39:4-97.2 Driving, operating a motor vehicle in an unsafe manner, offense created; fines; surcharges.
§ 39:4-97.2a Disposition of certain surcharges.
§ 39:4-97.3 Use of wireless telephone, electronic communication device in moving vehicles; definitions; enforcement.
§ 39:4-97.4 Inapplicability of act to certain officials.
§ 39:4-97.5 Supersedure, preemption of local ordinances.
§ 39:4-98 Rates of speed
§ 39:4-98.1 Designation of lower maximum speed limits for trucks of registered gross weight of 10,000 pounds and over
§ 39:4-98.2 Counties or municipalities; reduction of regular speed limit for 72 hours for maintenance or repairs; notice to commissioner
§ 39:4-98.3 Short title
§ 39:4-98.4 Definitions relative to 65 MPH speed limit.
§ 39:4-98.5 Speed limit of 65mph established, certain highways
§ 39:4-98.6 Certain fines doubled where speed limit is 65mph
§ 39:4-98.7 Speeding 20mph or more over limit; fines, certain; doubled
§ 39:4-98.8 Study to determine effect of 65mph speed limit; report; implementation
§ 39:4-98.9 Emergency orders
§ 39:4-98.10 “Antwan’s Law”
§ 39:4-98.11 Findings and declarations regarding “Antwan’s Law”
§ 39:4-98.12 Speed limits on certain sections of Route 130; violation fine tripled
§ 39:4-99 Exceeding speed limitations; speed specified in charge
§ 39:4-100 Rate of speed across sidewalk
§ 39:4-101 Speedways
§ 39:4-102 Speeding by physicians in emergencies
§ 39:4-103 Exemptions from speed regulations
§ 39:4-103.1 Photo radar defined, usage prohibited
§ 39:4-104 Violations of article; penalty
§ 39:4-105 Color system
§ 39:4-106 Sequence of lights
§ 39:4-107 Period or cycle
§ 39:4-108 Semaphores
§ 39:4-109 Position of lenses
§ 39:4-110 Height of signals
§ 39:4-111 Power of lights
§ 39:4-112 Visibility of signals to traffic at intersections
§ 39:4-113 Continuously controlled highway
§ 39:4-114 Traffic signal in paved roadway or poles in crosswalk lanes prohibited
§ 39:4-115 Making right or left turn.
§ 39:4-116 Special right or left turn
§ 39:4-117 Special pedestrian interval
§ 39:4-118 Beacon or flashing signal
§ 39:4-119 Traffic control signals operating as flashing mechanisms; red; amber
§ 39:4-120 Traffic control signal devices.
§ 39:4-120.1 Official traffic control signals
§ 39:4-120.2 Flashing mechanism; use by municipalities
§ 39:4-120.3 Submission of written information to commissioner
§ 39:4-120.5 Definitions
§ 39:4-120.6 Erection of traffic control device by owner of private open road
§ 39:4-120.7 Approval for traffic control device
§ 39:4-120.8 Owner’s responsibilities
§ 39:4-120.9 Drivers’ obedience
§ 39:4-120.10 Penalties
§ 39:4-120.11 Rules, regulations
§ 39:4-120.4 Ordinance, regulation or resolution; effective date
§ 39:4-121 Traffic lights on state roads in suburban districts at location of fire engine houses; installation by state highway commission
§ 39:4-121.1 Dangerous intersections in counties or municipalities; traffic lights
§ 39:4-121.2 Expenses paid from state highway fund
§ 39:4-121.3 Installation, alteration, maintenance of traffic control devices
§ 39:4-122 Signal by police whistle
§ 39:4-123 Right and left hand turns
§ 39:4-124 Method of turning at intersection; local authorities may determine
§ 39:4-125 Turning on curve, grade or place where view obstructed or State highway marked with “no U turn” sign
§ 39:4-126 Signaling before starting, turning or stopping
§ 39:4-127 Backing or turning in street
§ 39:4-127.1 Railroad crossings; stopping.
§ 39:4-127.2 Movable span bridges
§ 39:4-128 Certain vehicles required to stop at railroad crossings; exempt crossings.
§ 39:4-128.1 School buses stopped for children, certain disabled persons, duty of motorists, bus driver; violations, penalties.
§ 39:4-128.3 Definitions
§ 39:4-128.4 Approaching or overtaking stopped frozen dessert truck; stopping
§ 39:4-128.5 Frozen dessert truck; equipment
§ 39:4-128.6 Stopped frozen dessert truck; duty of driver
§ 39:4-128.7 Conditions for vending
§ 39:4-128.8 Backing up truck to make sale; prohibition
§ 39:4-128.9 Riding in or on frozen dessert truck; authorized persons only
§ 39:4-128.10 Violations; penalty
§ 39:4-128.11 Regulations relative to certain commercial vehicles stopping at railroad crossings.
§ 39:4-129 Action in case of accident.
§ 39:4-130 Immediate notice of accident; written report.
§ 39:4-131 Accident reports; availability.
§ 39:4-131.1 Inconsistent rule, regulation, resolution or ordinance inconsistent with act or establishing fee in excess of fee under Right to Know Law; supersedure
§ 39:4-132 Certain damages reported by repairman
§ 39:4-134 Report of death to director
§ 39:4-134.1 Application of article
§ 39:4-134.2 “Next-of-Kin Registry.”
§ 39:4-134.3 Use of “Next-of-Kin Registry.”
§ 39:4-134.4 Rules, regulations.
§ 39:4-135 Parking; direction and side of street; angle parking; one-way street
§ 39:4-136 Parking on highway; removing vehicle; disabled vehicle
§ 39:4-137 Vehicle without driver; brakes set; motor stopped; wheels turned to curb
§ 39:4-138 Places where parking prohibited, exceptions; moving vehicle not under one’s control into prohibited area.
§ 39:4-138.1 Determination of “no parking zones”.
§ 39:4-138.3 Parking in front of driveway permitted; conditions
§ 39:4-138.4 Permits; issuance, application, description
§ 39:4-138.5 Display required; permit fees
§ 39:4-138.6 Municipal authority to set certain permissible parking distances.
§ 39:4-139 Loading or unloading passengers or materials; period at certain places
§ 39:4-139.2 Short title
§ 39:4-139.3 Definitions
§ 39:4-139.4 Uniform traffic ticket; complaint and summons; contents; personal service
§ 39:4-139.5 Joint liability of owner and operator; recovery by owner against operator; leased vehicles
§ 39:4-139.6 Failure to answer or appear; rule applicable; procedures; notice
§ 39:4-139.7 Answer to parking ticket or failure to appear notice
§ 39:4-139.8 Evidence; submission to court; presence of officer; default judgment after failure to answer or pay fine and penalties; effect; assessment of costs; appeals; limitation of actions
§ 39:4-139.9 Operating costs; civil contempt
§ 39:4-139.10 Failure to respond, pay parking judgment, penalties.
§ 39:4-139.10a Time limit on enforcement of parking violations.
§ 39:4-139.11 Restoration of driver’s license, registration after satisfaction of fines and penalties; recordation.
§ 39:4-139.12 Suspension of license; fee; deposit
§ 39:4-139.13 Impoundment or immobilization of vehicle with outstanding warrants; authorization by municipalities by ordinance; sale at auction; reclamation of possession prior to sale; disposition of proceeds
§ 39:4-139.14 Contracts by municipalities with public agency or private organization for services to process parking offenses; plan by municipality; approval by Supreme Court
§ 39:4-140 Designation of through highways, stop intersections and yield intersections; erection of stop or yield signs
§ 39:4-141 Placing of signs
§ 39:4-143 Intersecting through streets
§ 39:4-144 Stopping or yielding right of way before entering stop or yield intersections.
§ 39:4-183.1 Legal authority
§ 39:4-183.1a Installation of traffic control device, sign by municipality at request of school.
§ 39:4-183.1b Designation of “Older and Walking Impaired Persons Crossing” areas
§ 39:4-183.2 Signs hereafter erected
§ 39:4-183.3 Display of unauthorized traffic signs
§ 39:4-183.4 Prohibited signs deemed a nuisance; action for removal
§ 39:4-183.6 Determination of signage.
§ 39:4-183.8 Materials
§ 39:4-183.9 Design of traffic signs.
§ 39:4-183.10 Message; wording and symbols
§ 39:4-183.11 Illumination; reflectorization
§ 39:4-183.12 Location
§ 39:4-183.15 Continuous maintenance
§ 39:4-183.21a Removal of certain signs.
§ 39:4-183.22a Construction warning signs
§ 39:4-183.24 Standard location, information signs.
§ 39:4-183.25 Repeal
§ 39:4-183.27 Rules and regulations; placement, specifications, location and maintenance of traffic signs and markings
§ 39:4-183.28 Repeals
§ 39:4-183.29 Continuance of rules and regulations promulgated by department of transportation prior to act
§ 39:4-183.30 Effect of act on offenses, liabilities, penalties or forfeitures prior to date of act
§ 39:4-183.31 Posting of pedestrian crossing yield signs.
§ 39:4-191.1 Legal authority; uniformity.
§ 39:4-191.2 Types of markings
§ 39:4-191.6 Illumination and reflectorization.
§ 39:4-191.7 Word markings limited
§ 39:4-196.1 Local authority
§ 39:4-196.2 Types of safety zones and traffic islands
§ 39:4-196.3 Location, design and protection
§ 39:4-197 Ordinance, resolution, regulation on matters covered by chapter.
§ 39:4-197.1 Prohibiting normal traffic on county or state highway; consent of board of chosen freeholders or highway commission necessary
§ 39:4-197.2 County road lying within municipality; regulation of traffic and parking
§ 39:4-197.3 Special traffic regulations
§ 39:4-197.4 Angle parking ordinances; exemption from approval by state; conditions
§ 39:4-197.5 Restricted parking for use by handicapped persons; ordinances, resolutions or regulations
§ 39:4-197.6 Restricted parking zone, residence of person with disability.
§ 39:4-197.7 Permits for motor vehicle; fee
§ 39:4-197.8 State Highway Route No. 94 in Sussex and Warren Counties; regulations limiting use
§ 39:4-197.9 Parking enforcement unit for persons with disabilities.
§ 39:4-197.10 Qualifications for appointment to unit.
§ 39:4-197.11 Preference for persons with disabilities.
§ 39:4-197.12 Reimbursement for mileage.
§ 39:4-197.13 Course of instruction required
§ 39:4-197.14 Permissive benefits.
§ 39:4-197.15 Uniform and maintenance allowance.
§ 39:4-197.16 Findings, declarations relative to prohibiting certain trucks, truck-trailer combinations from using portions of Route 29
§ 39:4-197.17 Weight prohibitions
§ 39:4-197.18 Exceptions for emergency, government or local service
§ 39:4-197.19 Exceptions for certain vehicles after hearing
§ 39:4-197.20 Necessary signage by DOT
§ 39:4-197.21 Violations, fines
§ 39:4-198 Notice of ordinance, resolution or regulation by signs.
§ 39:4-199 Safety zones, signals, guideposts and other structures on state highway; approval by highway commission
§ 39:4-199.1 Official traffic signs at traffic islands, safety zones and grade separations, etc.
§ 39:4-201 Resolutions, ordinances, regulations pertaining to traffic on county roads; notice; penalties.
§ 39:4-201.1 “No passing” zones.
§ 39:4-202 Approval of resolutions, ordinances or regulation by commissioner
§ 39:4-203 General penalty for violations of chapter
§ 39:4-203.1 Indigents permitted to pay fines in installments, waiver, certain; guideline for indigency.
§ 39:4-203.3 Violations pertaining to pedestrians and bicycles by juvenile under 17; warning; penalties
§ 39:4-203.4 Conviction for violation after Jan. 1, 1983; petition for reduction in sentence
§ 39:4-203.5 Offenses in area of highway construction, repair or designated safe corridor.
§ 39:4-204 “Person with a disability” defined.
§ 39:4-205 Person with a disability identification card.
§ 39:4-206 Vehicle identification card, placard.
§ 39:4-207.1 Rules and regulations.
§ 39:4-207.2 Person with an intellectual disability defined.
§ 39:4-207.3 Issuance of insignia for motor vehicle used for transporting persons with intellectual disabilities.
§ 39:4-207.4 Vehicle transporting persons with intellectual disabilities authorized to park in space reserved for persons with physical disabilities.
§ 39:4-207.5 Out-of-State vehicles with persons with disabilities plate, placard, permit.
§ 39:4-207.6 Definitions.
§ 39:4-207.7 Removal of motor vehicle unlawfully parked.
§ 39:4-207.8 Issuance of card, placard for vehicles transporting certain nursing home residents.
§ 39:4-207.9 Unobstructed access for parking spaces, curb cuts for persons with a disability; violations, penalties.
§ 39:4-207.10 Exemption from payment of parking meter fees for disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, certain circumstances.
§ 39:4-207.11 Definitions; issuance of parking placards; benefits; fees.
§ 39:4-208 Trenton, State’s property at; regulations authorized
§ 39:4-209 Violations; penalties
§ 39:4-210 Jurisdiction of offenses; disposition of fines
§ 39:4-211 Enforcement of regulations
§ 39:4-212 Consultation, cooperation relative to enforcement of regulations.
§ 39:4-213 Control of traffic during emergency conditions; Attorney-General’s powers
§ 39:4-214 Signals; signs; police personnel
§ 39:4-215 Failure to obey signals, signs or directions
§ 39:4-216 Commercial activity or solicitation of contributions; prohibition

Terms Used In New Jersey Statutes > Title 39 > Chapter 4

  • Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having authority to administer oaths.
  • Amendment: A proposal to alter the text of a pending bill or other measure by striking out some of it, by inserting new language, or both. Before an amendment becomes part of the measure, thelegislature must agree to it.
  • Answer: The formal written statement by a defendant responding to a civil complaint and setting forth the grounds for defense.
  • Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." One who appeals is called the appellant.
  • Arrest: Taking physical custody of a person by lawful authority.
  • Attachment: A procedure by which a person's property is seized to pay judgments levied by the court.
  • certified mail: include private express carrier service, provided that the private express carrier service provides confirmation of mailing. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Common law: The legal system that originated in England and is now in use in the United States. It is based on judicial decisions rather than legislative action.
  • Complaint: A written statement by the plaintiff stating the wrongs allegedly committed by the defendant.
  • Concurrent resolution: A legislative measure, designated "S. Con. Res." and numbered consecutively upon introduction, generally employed to address the sentiments of both chambers, to deal with issues or matters affecting both houses, such as a concurrent budget resolution, or to create a temporary joint committee. Concurrent resolutions are not submitted to the President/Governor and thus do not have the force of law.
  • Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
  • Conviction: A judgement of guilt against a criminal defendant.
  • Corporation: A legal entity owned by the holders of shares of stock that have been issued, and that can own, receive, and transfer property, and carry on business in its own name.
  • Damages: Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for their injuries.
  • Defendant: In a civil suit, the person complained against; in a criminal case, the person accused of the crime.
  • Discovery: Lawyers' examination, before trial, of facts and documents in possession of the opponents to help the lawyers prepare for trial.
  • Dismissal: The dropping of a case by the judge without further consideration or hearing. Source:
  • Evidence: Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.
  • Grand jury: agreement providing that a lender will delay exercising its rights (in the case of a mortgage,
  • Guardian: A person legally empowered and charged with the duty of taking care of and managing the property of another person who because of age, intellect, or health, is incapable of managing his (her) own affairs.
  • Habeas corpus: A writ that is usually used to bring a prisoner before the court to determine the legality of his imprisonment. It may also be used to bring a person in custody before the court to give testimony, or to be prosecuted.
  • Jurisdiction: (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case. Concurrent jurisdiction exists when two courts have simultaneous responsibility for the same case. (2) The geographic area over which the court has authority to decide cases.
  • Lease: A contract transferring the use of property or occupancy of land, space, structures, or equipment in consideration of a payment (e.g., rent). Source: OCC
  • Liabilities: The aggregate of all debts and other legal obligations of a particular person or legal entity.
  • magistrate: includes any judge, municipal magistrate or officer or other person having the powers of a committing magistrate. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • month: means a calendar month, and the word "year" means a calendar year. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Obligation: An order placed, contract awarded, service received, or similar transaction during a given period that will require payments during the same or a future period.
  • Partnership: A voluntary contract between two or more persons to pool some or all of their assets into a business, with the agreement that there will be a proportional sharing of profits and losses.
  • person: includes corporations, companies, associations, societies, firms, partnerships and joint stock companies as well as individuals, unless restricted by the context to an individual as distinguished from a corporate entity or specifically restricted to one or some of the above enumerated synonyms and, when used to designate the owner of property which may be the subject of an offense, includes this State, the United States, any other State of the United States as defined infra and any foreign country or government lawfully owning or possessing property within this State. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Plea: In a criminal case, the defendant's statement pleading "guilty" or "not guilty" in answer to the charges, a declaration made in open court.
  • Plea agreement: An arrangement between the prosecutor, the defense attorney, and the defendant in which the defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for special considerations. Source:
  • Probable cause: A reasonable ground for belief that the offender violated a specific law.
  • Probation: A sentencing alternative to imprisonment in which the court releases convicted defendants under supervision as long as certain conditions are observed.
  • real property: include lands, tenements and hereditaments and all rights thereto and interests therein. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Recess: A temporary interruption of the legislative business.
  • State: extends to and includes any State, territory or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia and the Canal Zone. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Statute: A law passed by a legislature.
  • Subpoena: A command to a witness to appear and give testimony.
  • Summons: Another word for subpoena used by the criminal justice system.
  • sworn: includes "affirmed. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • territory: extends to and includes any territory or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia and the Canal Zone. See New Jersey Statutes 1:1-2
  • Testimony: Evidence presented orally by witnesses during trials or before grand juries.
  • Tort: A civil wrong or breach of a duty to another person, as outlined by law. A very common tort is negligent operation of a motor vehicle that results in property damage and personal injury in an automobile accident.
  • Trial: A hearing that takes place when the defendant pleads "not guilty" and witnesses are required to come to court to give evidence.
  • Writ: A formal written command, issued from the court, requiring the performance of a specific act.