The New Jersey Driver License (NJDL) is a document issued by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) that allows you to operate a motor vehicle in the state of New Jersey. It is a legal requirement to have a valid NJDL in order to drive in New Jersey, and it is also recognized as a valid form of identification in the state.
To obtain an NJDL, you must first pass a written knowledge test and a road test, both of which are administered by the MVC. The written knowledge test covers information on traffic laws, signs, and safe driving practices, while the road test is a practical test of your driving skills. You will also need to provide proof of your identity, age, and address, as well as pay the required fees.
There are several types of NJDLs available, including a standard driver license for operating most motor vehicles, a motorcycle license for operating a motorcycle, and a commercial driver license (CDL) for operating large commercial vehicles.