Contact: Gordon Deal
RELEASE: May 11, 2005
Proposal to readopt with amendments rules concerning executive and administrative service
The Motor Vehicle Commission has proposed to readopt with amendments rules concerning executive and administrative service. The rules implement the public policy of this State as set forth in the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Law pertaining to permits for overdimensional and overweight vehicles; reciprocal registration of commercial vehicles used in interstate commerce pursuant to the International Registration Plan; procedures pertaining to Motor Vehicle Insurance Verification; and guidelines for the posting of security deposits with the Commission by uninsured owners and operators who are involved in motor vehicle accidents. The rules also implement the International Fuel Tax Agreement concerning the reciprocal assessment and collection of motor fuel use taxes from owners of commercial vehicles used in interstate commerce. The rules also set forth the Commission’s organizational structure and establish procedures and fees for the inspection and purchase of government records in accordance with the New Jersey Driver’s Privacy Protection Act and the Open Public Records Act.
The proposed readoption with amendments was published in the May 2, 2005, issue of the New Jersey Register. Copies of the regulatory proposal may be obtained by mail or in person from the Motor Vehicle Commission, 225 East State Street, 9th Floor – East Wing, P.O. Box 162, Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0162; or by telephone at (609) 777-1407.
The public has until July 1, 2005, to submit comments with regard to this regulatory proposal. Comments should be directed to: Steven E. Robertson, Director, Legal and Regulatory Affairs, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, 225 East State Street, P.O. Box 162, Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0162.