- DSANJ has partnered with DriveSafer,LLC
- New awareness of Current
a reminder that you should be aware that according to New Jersey
Administrative Code 13:23-3.1 effective December 6, 2004:
(a) Neither a driving school instructor nor a student shall use
any interactive wireless communication device in a driving school
vehicle that is being operated on a public road or highway for purposes
of behind-the-wheel driving instruction. For purposes of this section,
"use" shall include, but not be limited to, talking or
listening on any interactive wireless communication device or operating
its keys, buttons, or other controls.
(b) The prohibition contained in (a) above shall not apply in an
are some schools who are either unaware of this regulation or choose
to ignore it. Please act professionally. This is about safety!
- Download: Driving
School Regulations Readoption Advisory Effective June 7, 2010
- Prospective members and school owners: Read
why you should join the DSANJ.
- Download the : 2016-2017
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NOTIFICATION REGARDING THE USE OF BACKUP CAMERAS AND PARKING SENSORS DURING THE ROAD TEST
Effective immediately, road test applicants may use vehicles equipped with backup cameras and parking sensors, in accordance with Assembly Bill No. 2789, which was signed into law on August 31, 2016. Excerpts from the law, outlining the changes, are:
“During the road test, an applicant may use a rear visibility system, parking sensors, or other technology installed on the motor vehicle that enables the applicant to view areas directly behind the vehicle or alerts the applicant of obstacles while parking.”
“Parking sensors’ means proximity sensors which use either electromagnetic or ultrasonic technology and are designed to alert the driver to obstacles while parking. ‘Rear visibility system’ means devices or components installed on a motor vehicle at the time of manufacture that allow a forward facing driver to view a visual image of the area directly behind the vehicle.”
Although this new technology will be permitted, the Motor Vehicle Commission is committed to examining an applicant's ability to demonstrate ordinary and reasonable control while operating a motor vehicle. It is important to remember that technology has the potential to malfunction. As such, drivers should still utilize their rear and side mirrors, be aware of the area surrounding the vehicle, and not rely solely on the technological assistance.
Please take note that this change does not appear in the driver manual as the newest version was printed before this law took effect.
Effective March 1, 2011: Driving School Regulation
requiring MVC school
license number must be on either both sides of your roof top sign or
driver's side door and right passenger's side door.
Coaching The Experienced Driver®
NEW UPGRADE FOR DSANJ MEMBERS ALREADY GIVING THE DDC CLASS. COST TO
UPGRADE $200.00 AS LONG AS YOU TRADE IN YOUR OLD VIDEO.
Contact Stephanie Mihalzco, Vice President- Education & Training
Safety First Driving School
3186 State Highway 27, Kendall Park, NJ 08824
Phone: (732) 821 1111
Fax: (732) 821-2792
New DSANJ Partner
DSANJ has partnered with Borden Perlman to help save Driving
Schools money, while thoroughly and properly protecting your
Read the New Jersey Driver Education Bulleting HERE