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The Driver License System

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  1. The Driver License System Chapter 1

  2. In 2004, NJ Changed to a digital driver’s license to prevent fraud Altering a Driver’s License will result in jail time, fines and loss of license…

  3. Activity: Get into your groups and create a list of all the types of licenses you can think of available in NJ… Hint…There are 7

  4. When I call on your group, provide one type of license… -Probationary Automobile License -Basic Automobile License -Commercial Driver License -Motorcycle License -Moped License -Agricultural License -Boat License

  5. All those licenses will have information about the driver, including: -Name -Address -Date of Birth -Any Restrictions…which are labeled by codes Code 1 = Corrective lenses required (glasses, contacts) Code 2 = Prosthetic Device (artificial leg) Code 3 = Mechanical Device (additional side or rearview mirrors) Code 4 = Hearing Impaired Driver (hearing aid) Code 5 = Attached Restrictions (wheelchair modifications)

  6. To get any of those license you need to prove who you are… You need a total of 6 points with one primary document and At least one secondary document Primary (4 points) -Birth Certificate -Passport -Adoption papers Secondary (2 points) -School ID Secondary (1point) -Social Security Card -Bank Statement (must have address) -Blue Card -Report Card (must have address)

  7. But how do I get my license??? Activity: Get into 6 groups. Each group will be responsible for making a poster that outlines one part the Graduated Driver License (GDL) program for NJ. Each group will present their portion of the process to the class… Group 1 – The Early Bird Road Group 4 – Learner’s Permit Restrictions Group 2 – The Young Adult Road Group 5 – Examination Permit Restrictions Group 3 – The Adult Road Group 6 – Probationary Driver License Restrictions

  8. What is the GDL Decal? -$4 a pair -Placed in top left corner of plate -Available at the DMV -Can be homemade from Home Depot, Lowes, etc

  9. The Early Bird Road… Step 1 (Get Permit) -Must be 16 years old -Must have Parent consent -Must be enrolled in 6-hour behind-the-wheel training course -Instructor must purchase the permit -Must pass knowledge test -Must pass vision test -Must pay $10 fee Step 2 (Practice) -Must practice at least 6 months Step 3 (Get Probationary License) -Must complete 6 months supervised practice (no violations) -Must pass DMV Road test -Must be 17 years old Step 4 (Practice) -Practice unsupervised driving for at least one year Step 5 (Get Basic Driver License) -Must be 18 years old -Must complete one year unsupervised driving (no violations) -Must pay $24 fee

  10. Special Learner Permit Restrictions -No driving between 11:01 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. -No cell phones (including hands-free) or electronics -Student must have supervising adult who is 21 years old and has had their driver license for a minimum of 3 years -Only allowed one additional passenger plus parent/guardian or dependents of the permit holder -All passengers must wear seatbelts -GDL decals must be displayed

  11. The Young Adult Road Step 1 (Get Examination Permit) -Must be 17 years old -Must have Parent consent -Must pass knowledge test -Must pass vision test -Must pay $10 fee Step 2 (Practice) -Must practice at least 6 months Step 3 (Get Probationary License) -Must complete 6 months supervised practice (no violations) -Must pass DMV Road test Step 4 (Practice) -Practice unsupervised driving for at least one year Step 5 (Get Basic Driver License) -Must be 18 years old -Must complete one year unsupervised driving (no violations) -Must pay $24 fee

  12. Examination Permit Restrictions -No driving between 11:01 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. -No cell phones (including hands-free) or electronics -Student must have supervising adult who is 21 years old and has had their driver license for a minimum of 3 years -Only allowed one additional passenger plus parent/guardian or dependents of the permit holder (unless parent/guardian is in the car) -All passengers must wear seatbelts -GDL decals must be displayed

  13. Probationary License Restrictions -No driving between 11:01 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. -No cell phones (including hands-free) or electronics -Only allowed one additional passenger plus any dependents of the license holder (unless parent/guardian is in the car or driver is over 21) -All passengers must wear seatbelts -GDL decals must be displayed

  14. The Adult Road Step 1 (Get Examination Permit) -Must be 21 years old -Must pass knowledge test -Must pass vision test -Must pay $10 fee Step 2 (Practice) -Must practice at least 3 months Step 3 (Get Probationary License) -Must complete 3 months supervised practice (no violations) -Must pass DMV Road test Step 4 (Practice) -Practice unsupervised driving for at least one year Step 5 (Get Basic Driver License) -Must complete one year unsupervised driving (no violations) -Must pay $24 fee

  15. Violations of any of the GDL restrictions may result in $100 fine or possible suspension of driving privileges.