These are the frequently asked questions on the NJMCdirect portal with regard to NJ traffic ticket payment procedures.
How can I look up for my License plate number?
To check your License plate number, you need to visit the official website of NMJCdirect on your web browser. In the search bar, enter your license number and tap on continue. Now you can view your License plate number and process your traffic payment online.
What happens if I don’t pay for my ticket?
If you refuse to pay your traffic or parking ticket before that due date, an extra surcharge will be added to it. So that you will finally end up with more fine for the existing bill. You can pay surcharge online.
Can I pay traffic bills online?
Yes! you can pay all the traffic bills laid on your vehicle online by using your debit or credit card. When you wish to make the payment on the NJMCdirect portal, an extra charge called convenience fee will be added to the total amount. Accepting the final bill for the traffic violation, you can proceed to pay online.
Will I be sent to jail if I don’t pay the fine?
Yes, you will be sent to jail if you don’t pay the fine after reaching the maximum time limit. Instead, you may be asked to pay a high amount as fine for not respecting the rules and regulations drawn by the court. If not, you will be provided with some other alternative options.
Why am I not able to process NJMCdirect online payment?
Sometimes, users may come across server issues due to the high rate of people browsing the portal. In such cases, you can come back to the page in some time. If you face the same issue again and again then do contact the New Jersey Court.
Unable to find my ticket on the NJMCdirect portal?
People often check the ticket on NJMC after receiving the receipt from a traffic officer. But it takes up to 5 days to upload your ticket on the NMJC portal. You will not be able to view the bill until the ticket number is entered into the system.
Can I view my ticket in non-working hours?
Yes, you can view the traffic ticket on the NJMJC portal in non-working hours too. “The working hours listed on the official website of NJMCdirect are applicable for payment processing only.” So there is no time period to view your ticket billed on your vehicle.