Q: Will a violation of 39:4-97.3 result in a point on my license?
A: The Answer is it depends on what you consider points you can get both insurance eligibility points and points on your drivers license both are different. As for the motor vehicle points you only get points for a third offense of this statute.
A: Usually a cell phone violation on a first offense is a fine. On a subsequent offense it will lead to loss of your driving privileges and fines. There are exceptions to the cell phone violation if you were using the cell phone due to an emergency or due to a medical emergency.
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