Q) Does a DWI result in motor vehicle points being added to my license?
A) NO. There are no points assessed to your license by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. A DWI conviction will result in a surcharge payable to the MVC of $1,000 per year for three years. DWI will result in 9 insurance eligibility points which may cause you to have to purchase insurance through the New Jersey Personal Auto Insurance Plan for a three-year period.
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