New Jersey Statutes Title 39. Motor Vehicles and Traffic Regulation 39 § 3-9b

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<Text of section effective Jan. 1, 2021.  See, also, section 39:3-9b effective until Jan. 1, 2021.>

Each application for a driver's license, or a renewal thereof, required by R.S.39:3-10 shall contain the street address of the place of residence of the licensee at the time of application or renewal.  A post office box shall appear on a driver's license application only as part of a mailing address that is submitted by the licensee in addition to the street address of the licensee's residence ;  provided, however, the chief administrator, upon application, shall permit a person who was a victim of a violation of section 1 of P.L.1992, c. 209 (C.2C:12-10), N.J.S.2C:14-2, or P.L.1991, c. 261 (C.2C:25-17 et seq.), or who the chief administrator otherwise determines to have good cause, to use as a mailing address a post office box, an address other than the applicant's address or other contact point.  A licensee whose last address appears on the records of the commission as a post office box shall change the address on the application for renewal to the street address of the licensee's residence and, if different from the street address, the licensee's mailing address unless the chief administrator has determined, pursuant to this section, that the licensee may use a post office box, an address other than the licensee's address or other contact point as a mailing address.

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