Please review the topics below first for faster assistance (Answers to questions we routinely receive are provided below):
Pulaski Skyway Inquires Please visitwww.PulaskiSkyway.com
Comments? Click on their "Contact Us" link in the left navigation bar and write them directly.
Red Light Camera Inquiries Note that NJDOT administers the pilot program but has no role in the issuance of violations. Inquiries about violation
notices should be directed to those individuals or entities at the municipal level that handle traffic summons inquiries.
Directory, NJDOT Phone Numbers (Services A - Z, State
Telephone Directory and Local Names) Visit ourNJDOT Directory Web site.
Please call 609.530.2114 to verify the employment of NJDOT employees.
State Highway Maintenance Issues (potholes, deer carcass, highway litter,
malfunctioning traffic signals, highway street lights, high grass, damaged/missing signs, guardrail damage or other maintenance problem)
Complete our online maintenance report form or call
Drivers licenses, plates, registration, titles, traffic laws, points, violations,
and handicapped placards
Contact the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. Customer Information: 609.292.6500
or (toll-free in NJ) 888.486.3339
Trucking Related Issues Truck/Trailer Registration Inquiries: 609.633.9400
General Trucking Inquires: 609-530-8026
Oversize/Overweight Permitting Inquiries: 609-530-6089 MVC Vehicle registration issues: 609-292-6500 International Registration Plan (IRP) temporary authorizations for travel of short duration in New Jersey for vehicles not registered in New Jersey may be obtained by motor carriers for $25 by contacting the MVC at (609) 633-9400, ext. 1 International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) trip permits are available when needed by motor carriers that do not typically travel in New Jersey, and may be obtained for $25 by contacting the MVC at (609) 633-9400, ext. 2
USDOT Number Inquiries: Contact FMCSA at 609-275-2604 or Visit the FMSCA website
Log Book inquires: Contact FMCSA at 609-275-2604 or Visit the FMSCA website.
Visit our NJDOT Trucking web site or contact the NJ Motor Truck Association.
NJDOT cannot enter a town and make changes in their jurisdiction without the town's consent. Should the issue fall
under NJDOT's jurisdiction, the local officials will forward a direct request to the appropriate NJDOT staff for an investigation on behalf of