Yes, your points will be reflected in your Florida license.
Florida is a member of the Driver License Compact (DLC) and the
Non-Resident Violators Compact of 1977 (NRVC). Being a member of these
compacts requires a member state to post a conviction arising from a
traffic offense within their state to the National Driver Register
(NDR). The NDR is a nationwide database accessible to all members.
Therefore, the Florida Department of Highway Safety, Division of
Drivers Licenses can easily check to see if you received any
convictions in another state.
THE DRIVER LICENSE COMPACT (DLC):
?Membership in the DLC requires Florida and other member states to
enforce the ?one driver license theory.?
This theory compels the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles to
require that citizens applying for a Florida license must surrender
any out-of state licenses.
The DLC also requires Florida to maintain a complete driving record to
determine not only your driving status in Florida, but any other
states as well.
Most worrisome, is the fact that other member states must report any
traffic convictions, license suspensions and revocations to Florida,
whereby Florida is required to then treat your out-of state traffic
offense as if committed within its own borders.
For example, if you get a ticket in one of the DLC member states, the
department of motor vehicles in that state will relay the information
to your home state, whereby the violation will add points to your
driving record just as if the ticket had been issued in Florida.?
Russo & Russo, P.A.
Complete text of the Driver License Compact
"New Jersey belongs to two Interstate Compacts. Member states exchange
information to ensure driver compliance with the law and that they
receive penalties for violations."
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission
?The Drivers License Compact requires member states to report tickets
received by motorist to the state where they received a license to
drive so as to receive points and get an insurance hike. Also when a
state suspends the license of a driver who is from out-of-state, the
state where the motorist received a license to drive will also suspend
their license. New Jersey is a member of the Compact, and will report
any infractions to your "home state".
The only states that are NOT members are: Tennessee, Georgia,
Massachusetts,Wisconsin and Michigan.?
New Jersey DWI
Driver License Compact Members
?The Driver License Compact (DLC) and Nonresident Violator Compact
(NRVC) are agreements between the jurisdictions to promote highway
safety by sharing and transmitting driver and conviction information.?
The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
See DLC/NRVC member status here:
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