Chapter 180A   LIMOUSINES

 

 

ARTICLE I

General Provisions

 

§ 180A-1.    Definitions.

§ 180A-2.    Compliance with state law; insurance requirement.

§ 180A-3.    Limousine license required.

§ 180A-3.1. Leased vehicles.

§ 180A-3.2. Livery licenses converted to limousine licenses.

§ 180A-4.    Limousine license application procedure; renewal.

§ 180A-5.    Issuance of limousine license.

§ 180A-6.    Transfer of limousine license.

§ 180A-6.1. Temporary transfer of vehicles.

§ 180A-7.    Suspension and revocation of limousine license.

§ 180A-8.    Limousine operator's license required.

§ 180A-9.    Limousine operator's license application procedure.

§ 180A-10.  Investigation of applicant for limousine operator's license.

§ 180A-11.  Consideration of application; appeal of denial.

§ 180A-11.1.   Temporary licenses.

§ 180A-12.  Issuance of limousine operator's license; term of license; renewal.

§ 180A-13.  Suspension and revocation of limousine operator's license.

§ 180A-14.  Compliance with other laws.

§ 180A-15.  Vehicle equipment and maintenance.

§ 180A-15.1.   Reporting of accidents; other reports required.

§ 180A-16.  Use for illegal or immoral purposes prohibited.

§ 180A-17.  Solicitation of passengers; maximum number of passengers.

§ 180A-17.1.   Operation of noncertified limousine or livery vehicle.

§ 180A-17.2.   Limousine rates.

§ 180A-18.  Register of license holders.

§ 180A-19.  Standing in certain locations prohibited.

§ 180A-20.  Behavior of drivers.

§ 180A-21.  Operation by unlicensed drivers prohibited.

§ 180A-22.  Restrictions on operations.

§ 180A-23.  Lost articles.

§ 180A-24.  Enforcement.

§ 180A-25.  Hearings.

§ 180A-26.  Promulgation of rules and regulations; distribution.

§ 180A-27.  Violations and penalties.

 

 

ARTICLE II

Limousine Drivers' Rules and Regulations

 

§ 180A-28.  Table of drivers' rules and regulations.

§ 180A-28.1.   Fines for violation of drivers' rules and regulations.

 

 

ARTICLE III

Limousine Owners'

Rules and Regulations

 

§ 180A-29.  Table of owners' rules and regulations.

§ 180A-29.1.   Fines for violations of owners' rules and regulations.

 

 

[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the City of Hoboken Z-6-2008 as Ord. No. DR-347. Amended 6-17-2009 by Ord. No. DR-407. Amended in its entirety 10-6-2010 by Ord. No. Z-60]

 

GENERAL REFERENCES

 

Parking permits — See Ch. 141A.

Taxicabs — See Ch. 179A.

Shuttle Buses – See Ch. 180.

Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 190.

 

 

ARTICLE I   General Provisions

 

§ 180A-1.        Definitions.

   The following words and phrases when used in this chapter have the meanings as set out herein:

CRUISING — The driving of any limousine vehicle on the streets, alleyways or other public places of the city in search of or soliciting prospective passengers for hire.

DIRECTOR — The Director of the Department of Administration.

DIVISION OF TAXI AND LIMOUSINE LICENSING — The Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall be the person designated by the Director of Transportation and Parking Utility of the City of Hoboken to act as Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing.

HEARING — A public hearing at which the licensee shall be given an opportunity to appear personally and be represented by his chosen counsel and be heard and to present evidence on his behalf or otherwise answer the charges against him.

HOLDER — A person to whom a limousine license has been issued.

INSPECTOR — The person or persons empowered or designated by the Transportation and Parking Utility to perform inspections pursuant to this chapter.

LIMOUSINE OPERATOR — Any person holding a valid current driver's license equivalent to a New Jersey commercial driver's license Class D or above, as required by the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.

LIMOUSINE VEHICLE — Any automobile or motor car which is issued special registration plates bearing the word "limousine" pursuant to section 12 of P.L. 1979, c.224 (C.39:3-19.5) and is engaged in the business of carrying passengers for hire to provide prearranged passenger transportation at a premium fare on a dedicated, nonscheduled, charter basis that is not conducted on a regular route and with a seating capacity in no event of more than fourteen (14) passengers, not including the driver, provided, that such a motor vehicle shall not have a seating capacity in excess of four (4) passengers, not including the driver, beyond the maximum passenger seating capacity of the vehicle, not including the driver, at the time of manufacture. A limousine shall not include a vehicle owned and operated directly or indirectly by a business engaged in the practice of mortuary science when that vehicle is used exclusively for providing transportation related to the provision of funeral services.

LIVERY VEHICLE — Any vehicle which has been issued omnibus or livery license plates by the State of New Jersey, is engaged in the business of carrying passengers for hire to provide prearranged passenger transportation at a premium fare on a dedicated, nonscheduled, charter basis that is not conducted on a regular route and with a seating capacity in no event of more than five (5) passengers, not including the driver.  Pursuant with N.J.S.A. 48:16-13.1, all vehicles within the City previously defined as livery vehicles shall hereinafter be defined as limousines.  Wherever the term livery vehicle is used in this chapter it shall have the same meaning and be subject to the same requirements as a limousine.  Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 48:16-13.1, all vehicles within the city previously defined as livery vehicles shall hereinafter be defined as limousines.  Wherever the term livery vehicle is used in this chapter it shall have the same meaning and be subject to the same requirements as a limousine.

PERSON — Any individual, a corporation or other legal entity, a partnership or any incorporated association but does not include a child of less than six (6) years of age.

TRANSFER — To sell, transfer or in any other manner dispose of a limousine license. Where the license is in the name of a corporation or other legal entity, any change in ownership or control of the corporate entity holding the license shall constitute a "transfer" of the license held in the name of said corporation or other legal entity. The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall determine what constitutes a change in control.

 

 

§ 180A-2.        Compliance with state law; insurance requirement.

A.    In order to ensure the safety of the public, it shall be unlawful for the holder to operate or cause to permit a limousine vehicle to be operated, nor shall any license be issued hereunder, until and unless the applicant shall have complied with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 48:16-13 to -22.7 and the Acts amendatory or supplemental thereto, which includes, but is not limited to the purchase of an insurance policy from a company duly licensed to transact business under the insurance laws of this state in the sum of one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000.) against loss by reason of the liability imposed by law upon every limousine owner for damages on account of bodily injury or death suffered by any person as a result of an accident occurring by reason of ownership, maintenance or use of the limousine vehicle.

B.   The owner shall furnish the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing with evidence of compliance with this section and that the premium for the full period of the licensing year has been paid. Each policy shall contain an endorsement providing for thirty (30) days written notice from the insurance company to the City of Hoboken in the event of any change in the policy or cancellation of the policy. Each limousine license shall become effective and operation thereunder shall be permitted only so long as the insurance policy shall remain in force to the full and collectible amounts specified herein.

C.   In the event that the aforementioned insurance is canceled, the license shall terminate on the date of the cancellation, unless the insurance has been reinstated and a withdrawal of the cancellation or a new policy of insurance has been submitted to the Clerk of the City and to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing within two (2) business days of any change.  As a condition of obtaining a City of Hoboken taxicab license, the taxicab license holder agrees to provide the Division Head with the authority to communicate directly with the taxicab license holder’s insurance companies. 

 

 

§ 180A-3.        Limousine license required.

A.  No person shall operate or permit to be operated a limousine providing service on an intra-municipal, point to point basis within the city without having first obtained a license from the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing. This requirement is in addition to the requirement that a limousine owner, whose principal place of business is within the city, obtain a license from the Division of Taxi and Licensing in accordance with N.J.S.A. 48:16-17.

B.   No license to operate shall be issued or renewed unless the holder thereof has paid the annual license fee of fifty dollars ($50.) for each limousine service and ten dollars ($10.) for each limousine license.  Said license shall be for the year ending on March 31 and shall be in addition to any other fees or charges established by proper authorities and applicable to said holder for the vehicle or vehicles under his operation and control.

C.   Each limousine licensed by the City of Hoboken shall be required to pay an annual administrative fee of seven hundred dollars ($700.) to cover administrative costs including, but not limited to, city vehicle inspections and limousine law enforcement. 

D.  Each person issued a limousine operator's license by the City of Hoboken shall, as a condition to continue maintenance of such license, submit each of his limousine vehicles for a full mechanical and vehicle inspection once a year during the one-year period of his license pursuant to a schedule established by the City of Hoboken. Such inspection shall be conducted by an inspector of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing and/or New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. In the event that city inspectors report that any vehicle is in need of repair, the licensee shall repair the same within thirty (30) days of the inspection and shall resubmit the vehicle for reinspection, plus submit a written report or invoice specifying the services performed and parts furnished to correct the condition noted in the prior inspection report. The term "in need of repair" shall include but is not limited to the following:

(1)   That the glass (windows and/or windshield) is cracked, chipped or scratched or that the glass in the mirrors is cracked.

(2)   That the horn does not function properly so as to produce a sound audible for two hundred (200) feet.

(3)   That the emergency brake does not hold the vehicle when parked on a grade.

(4)   That the foot brake does not hold the vehicle when parked on a grade and that it does not have sufficient reserve pedal.

(5)   That the headlights, taillights, stoplights and directional lights do not turn on and off when operated by the control in the vehicle or are otherwise broken or defective.

(6)   That the windshield wipers do not rotate back and forth with sufficient pressure when turned on and do not stop when turned off by the control in the vehicle.

(7)   That the tires have damage, ply separation, breaks or cuts and do not have at least two thirty-seconds (2/32) inch of tire tread.

(8)   That a defroster does not function properly so as to produce a temperature in excess of fifty degrees Fahrenheit (50° F.).

(9)   That any door for entering into or out of the vehicle is damaged to the extent that it does not fully swing for convenient passenger ingress or egress.

 

 

§ 180A-3.1.     Leased vehicles.

   Any license for a vehicle leased, rented or held under any similar legal arrangement may be licensed as a limousine, subject to the following conditions:

A.  The vehicle, owner, and lessee must meet all the terms of this chapter.

B.   The lease rental agreement or legal documents evidencing the arrangement under which the vehicle is held must be submitted to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing prior to a license being issued.

C.   The vehicle must be held under the exclusive control of the lessee for the entire lease period, which must be at least as long as the license period. There shall be no sharing of vehicles between partnerships, corporations, organizations, associations or any combination thereof during the period of a license. Any such sharing will immediately void the Hoboken limousine license granted for that vehicle.

 

 

§ 180A-3.2      Livery licenses converted to limousine licenses.

A.  Pursuant to the definition of N.J.S.A. 48:16-13.1, all autocabs within the City of Hoboken currently designated as livery vehicles shall be redesignated as limousines.  The City of Hoboken shall convert all current livery licenses to limousine licenses and all current livery operator’s licenses to limousine operator's licenses to comply with N.J.S.A. 48:16-13.1.  Upon the next renewal after this subsection takes effect, any livery license or livery operator’s license shall be converted to a limousine license or limousine operator’s license.

B.   The holder of such livery license or livery operator’s license shall be obligated to meet all requirements for obtaining a limousine license and/or limousine operator’s license under this chapter prior to conversion by the City of Hoboken, except that:

(1)   Any livery vehicle licensed by the City of Hoboken on the date of adoption of this amendment shall be exempt from the four (4) year requirement of Section 180A-15F and the licensed livery vehicle shall be entitled to be operated for the remainder of the aggregate total of twenty-four (24) months allowed under the law prior to this amendment.

(2)  Once livery vehicles covered by the exemption listed in Section 180A-3.2B(1) are replaced, whether it be at the end of the twenty-four (24) month period or sooner, the replacement vehicle and its corresponding license shall immediately become subject to the requirements of Section 180A-15F without limitations.

C.  As of the date of enactment of this subsection, no new or renewal livery license or livery operator's licenses shall be granted by the City of Hoboken.

 

 

§ 180A-4.        Limousine license application procedure; renewal.

A.  In addition to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 48:16-17, application for a license shall be filed with the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing upon forms provided by the City of Hoboken, and said application shall be verified under oath and shall furnish the following information:

(1)   The name and address of the applicant; where the applicant is not a natural person, the name and address of all owners or participants in the ownership of the legal entity and all officers, directors or others of like position whatever their title.

(2)   The year, type and model of the vehicle for which the license is desired.

(3)   The number of persons the vehicle is capable of carrying.

(4)   Such further information as the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing of the City of Hoboken may require.

B.   The annual application for renewal of limousine licenses and limousine operator’s licenses shall be filed not later than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date.  Late filing of applications shall be subject to a fifty dollar ($50.) late filing fee.

 

 

§ 180A-5.        Issuance of limousine license.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing is hereby created. The head of this division shall be designated by the Director of Transportation and Parking Utility of the City of Hoboken to serve at a commensurate salary. The division head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall be responsible for the enforcement of this section and Chapter 179A of the ordinances of the City of Hoboken pertaining to Taxi and Limousine service.

   If the Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing finds that the applicant is fit, willing and able to perform such public transportation in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall issue a license stating the name and address of the applicant, the date of issuance and the year, type and model of the vehicle; otherwise, the application shall be denied. In making the above findings, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall take into consideration the character, experience and responsibility of the applicant.

A.  Until March 31, 2011, the number of outstanding livery licenses shall be limited to a total of twenty-five (25) liveries.  As of March 31, 2011 all outstanding livery licenses shall be converted to limousine licenses.  Any outstanding livery licenses that have not been converted by the holder as of March 31, 2011 shall be revoked, and the holder thereof shall not be entitled to conversion to a limousine license. 

B.   The number of outstanding limousine licenses shall be limited to a total of seventy-five (75), fifty (50) of which were outstanding, active and assigned and twenty-five (25) which shall be converted from the city’s outstanding active assigned livery licenses. In the event a livery license holder shall fail to convert their outstanding livery license to a limousine license on or before March 31, 2011 the city reserves the right to, but shall not be obligated to sell the remaining available limousine licenses in accordance with the New Jersey Public Contract Law.

 

 

§ 180A-6.        Transfer of limousine license.

A.  No limousine license may be sold, assigned or otherwise transferred without the prior written consent of the City Council. No limousine license shall be mortgaged, pledged or otherwise transferred to secure a debt, loan, advance or other financial transaction.

B.   A limousine license holder shall at no time drive a limousine licensed by a different limousine license holder.  Such conduct shall result in both limousine licenses being suspended, or, after a hearing, revoked.

 

 

§ 180A-6.1.     Temporary transfer of vehicles.

   It shall be unlawful for any person licensed under the provisions of this chapter to voluntarily permit any other person to drive or operate a limousine under such license.

 

 

§ 180A-7.        Suspension and revocation of limousine license.

A.  Licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter may be suspended or, after hearing, revoked by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing if the holder thereof has:

(1)   Violated any of the provisions of this chapter.

(2)   Violated any ordinance of the City of Hoboken or the laws of New Jersey, the violation of which reflects unfavorably on the fitness of the holder to offer public transportation.

(3)   Discontinued operation of a limousine license for more than thirty (30) days;

B.  A holder of a license shall be entitled to notice and a hearing before a Hearing Officer selected by the Corporation Counsel, if requested in writing within five (5) business days after receipt of notice of alleged violations. The license holder shall be entitled to representation by counsel and may present evidence in defense of the charges. The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall present evidence in support of the charges. At the conclusion of a hearing, the Hearing Officer may either revoke or suspend the license, or dismiss the charges. Any appeal of the decision of the Hearing Officer shall be made to a court of competent jurisdiction. 

 

 

§ 180A-8.        Limousine operator's license required.

A.  No person shall operate a limousine for hire upon the streets of the City of Hoboken and no person who owns or controls a limousine shall permit it to be so driven and no limousine licensed by the City of Hoboken shall be so driven at any time for hire unless the driver of said limousine shall have first obtained and shall have then in force the limousine operator's license under the provisions of this chapter and provided, further, that said driver shall be a holder or servant, employee or agent of such holder.

B.   Every person applying for a limousine operator's license must furnish satisfactory evidence that he may receive a limousine license under the New Jersey State Motor Vehicle Law.

C.   Each applicant for a limousine operator’s license under the terms of this chapter must conform to the following regulations:

(1)   Be of the age of twenty-one (21) years or over and be legally authorized to work in the United States.

(2)   Be able to read and write the English language.

 

 

§ 180A-9.        Limousine operator's license application procedure.

A.  An application for an operator's  license shall be filed with the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing on forms provided by the City of Hoboken. Any documentation submitted in support of an application shall be original documents or legible certified copies of same. The application shall contain the following:

(1)   The full name and address of the applicant.

(2)   Places of residence for the preceding five (5) years.

(3)   Age, height and color of eyes and hair.

(4)   Place of birth and whether married or single.

(5)   Previous employment and whether he has ever been convicted of a high misdemeanor, misdemeanor, violation of the Disorderly Persons Act or a violation of this chapter.

(6)   Whether a driver's license, issued by any state or political subdivision thereof, ever held by him has been suspended or revoked and for what cause.

(7)   The successful completion of a 5 Panel Drug & Alcohol Test administered by a third party selected by the City of Hoboken, which results shall indicate no positive test results for any controlled dangerous substance or alcohol. The cost of this test shall be at the applicant's expense.

(8)   A motor vehicle services record abstract indicating a driver's history from the state where the applicant’s driver's license is held which shall be no more than thirty (30) days old.

(9)   An original or sealed copy of the Certification Letter from the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 48:16-22.3a, which shall state that the applicant has been approved by the State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to operate a limousine within the state limits.

B.   The applicant shall furnish four (4) passport-type photographs of himself taken within thirty (30) days of the application, front view, two by two (2 x 2) inches in size.

C.   Each application must be accompanied by a certificate from a licensed and practicing physician of the State of New Jersey, certifying that the applicant has been examined on a certain date and that, in his opinion, the applicant is of sound physique, with good eyesight, not subject to epilepsy, vertigo, heart trouble or any other infirmity of body or mind which might make him unfit for the safe operation of a limousine or livery vehicle. The examination shall be within thirty (30) days prior to the filing of the application. At the time the application is filed, the applicant shall pay to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing the sum of seventy-five dollars ($75.).

D.  The annual application for renewal of limousine licenses and limousine operator's licenses shall be filed not later than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date.  Late filing of applications shall be subject to a fifty dollar ($50.) late filing fee.

 

 

§ 180A-10.      Investigation of applicant for limousine operator's license.

A.  All applicants for City of Hoboken limousine operator's licenses shall comply with N.J.S.A. 48:16-22.3a.  The Division of Taxi and Limousine shall not approve any application for a limousine operator’s license until the individual applicant has supplied the Division with an original or sealed copy of the Certification Letter from the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, which shall state that the applicant has been approved by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to operate a limousine within the state limits.  The Division shall summarily deny a City of Hoboken limousine operator’s license to any applicant who obtains a Disqualification Letter from the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.

B.   The City of Hoboken shall not be entitled to any additional investigation into the criminal background of individual applicants, except that the City of Hoboken shall require a driver’s abstract which it may rely on in considering the application.

 

 

§ 180A-11.      Consideration of application; appeal of denial.

   The Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing, upon consideration of the application and the reports and certificate required to be attached thereto, shall approve or reject the application. If the application is rejected, the applicant may request a hearing to offer evidence why his application should be reconsidered.

 

 

§ 180A-11.1. Temporary licenses.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may issue a temporary license to any applicant who has fully completed the licensing application process, has been approved by the Director of Transportation and Parking Utility and is awaiting City Council approval of his or her license. Such temporary license shall be valid for a period of time to be determined by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing and for not longer than thirty (30) days from the date of its issuance.

 

 

§ 180A-12.      Issuance of limousine operator's license; term of license; renewal.

A.  Upon approval of the application for an operator's  license by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing, the Division Head shall issue a license to the applicant which shall bear the name, signature and photograph of the applicant.

B.   Such license shall be in effect for the remainder of the fiscal year ending March 31. The fee for such license shall be seventy-five dollars ($75.), and the license for every year thereafter shall be issued upon payment of seventy-five dollars ($75.).

C.   The license shall also contain the city license number and a notice that, in case of any complaint, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall be notified of the license number of the driver. The license shall bear the signature of the Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Licensing.

 

 

§ 180A-13.      Suspension and revocation of limousine operator's license.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing is hereby given the authority to suspend any operator's  license issued under this chapter upon justified complaint of any person, including a holder, for a driver failing or refusing to comply with the provisions of this chapter; provided, however, that a holder’s first suspension shall not exceed twenty (20) days. The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing is also given the authority to revoke any driver's license for failure to comply with the provision of this chapter; provided, however, that a license may not be revoked unless the driver has received notice and a copy of the charges against him and has been given a hearing. Notwithstanding the use of the words "suspend or, after a hearing, revoke" in this chapter, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may suspend and, after a hearing, revoke any such license.

   A holder of a license shall be entitled to notice and a hearing before a Hearing Officer selected by the Corporation Counsel, if requested in writing within five (5) business days after receipt of notice of alleged violations. The license holder shall be entitled to representation by counsel and may present evidence in defense of the charges. The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall present evidence in support of the charges. At the conclusion of a hearing, the Hearing Officer may either revoke or suspend the license, or dismiss the charges.  Any appeal of the decision of the Hearing Officer shall be made to a court of competent jurisdiction. 

 

 

§ 180A-14.      Compliance with other laws.

   Every driver licensed under this chapter shall comply with all city, state and federal laws, the violation of which reflects unfavorably on the fitness of such driver to engage in public transportation; failure to do so will justify the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing in suspending or, after a hearing, revoking the license. If, at any time within the license year, a driver has been found guilty of a high misdemeanor or misdemeanor or has permitted his vehicle to be used for any illegal or immoral purpose, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may immediately suspend or, after a hearing, revoke the driver's license.

 

 

§ 180A-15.      Vehicle equipment and maintenance.

A.  No license shall be issued until said limousine has been thoroughly inspected and found to be in a safe condition for the transportation of passengers and of good appearance.

B.   Every vehicle operating under this chapter shall be periodically inspected, at such intervals as the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may direct, to ensure the continued maintenance of safe operating conditions.

C.   Every vehicle operating under this chapter shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing.

D.  Any vehicle on the streets of the City of Hoboken in violation of this section may be removed from the street by the Hoboken Police Department. If the vehicle is not returned to service in accordance with the provisions of this section within ninety (90) days, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may suspend or, after a hearing, revoke the limousine license.

E.   Color scheme of limousine. A limousine may be of any color other than one that will represent a taxi/hack (yellow).

F.   Vehicles used as a limousine shall be of a four-door model and shall not be more than four (4) years old.  Thereafter, said vehicle must be replaced. 

G.  Upon written request, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may permit a vehicle smaller than a four-door model or more than four (4) years old to be licensed. Such a request shall only be granted where the vehicle is a classic, antique, vintage or otherwise unusual and rare automobile. Furthermore, such requests shall only be granted where the vehicle in question is capable of safely performing the tasks for which it is licensed.

 

 

§ 180A-15.1. Reporting of accidents; other reports required.

A.  All accidents arising from or in connection with the operation of a limousine which result in death or injury to any person or in damage to any vehicle or to any property in an amount exceeding five hundred dollars ($500.) shall be reported to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing within forty-eight (48) hours from the time of the occurrence in the form of a report to be furnished by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing. Copies of any police report filed or prepared as a result of the accident must also be provided to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing within forty-eight (48) hours. Failure to report said accidents shall be grounds for suspension and/or revocation of the limousine license.  Such reports are to be used by the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing in developing useful information in the prevention of transportation accidents.

B.   Whenever a limousine registered to a City of Hoboken limousine license is out of service for five (5) or more days, the limousine license holder shall report the same in writing to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing with the reason therefor, the date of decommission, and the expected date of return.  Prior to returning the taxicab to service, the taxicab license holder shall provide the Division with a written letter from a mechanic, on the mechanic's official letterhead, stating the vehicle is safe for operation as a limousine, and the date the vehicle may return to operation.

C.   Whenever the registration and/or license plates for a limousine licensed by the City of Hoboken shall change the limousine license holder shall provide the City of Hoboken with written verification, from the State of New Jersey Department Motor Vehicle Commission, indicating the change of license plate and/or change of registration for the vehicle prior to use of the vehicle under the City of Hoboken limousine license. 

 

 

§ 180A-16.      Use for illegal or immoral purposes prohibited.

   No holder or driver shall knowingly permit his vehicle to be used for any illegal or immoral purposes, under penalty of suspension or, after hearing, revocation of the holder or driver's license, or both, and such other penalty as may be provided.

 

 

§ 180A-17.      Solicitation of passengers; maximum number of passengers.

A.  Prohibited solicitation. No driver shall solicit passengers on any city street, parking lot, taxi stand or other location where vehicles may enter or stand, nor shall any driver engage in "cruising" as defined in this chapter. Furthermore, no driver shall pick up any passenger in response to a signal, hail, gesture or call, except telephone calls, made from a passenger on a city street, parking lot, taxi stand or other location where vehicles may enter or stand. A driver shall only be permitted to respond to a telephone request for a pickup. A violation of this subsection shall result in a fine of five hundred dollars ($500.) for the first offense and/or up to one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court, and not less than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.) and/or up to one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court for the second offense; and not more than one thousand dollars ($1000.) and/or one (1) year imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court for the third or subsequent offense and revocation of the owner's license for that particular vehicle.

B.   Receipt and discharge of passengers on a sidewalk. Drivers shall not receive or discharge passengers in the roadway but shall pull up to the right-hand side as nearly as possible or, in the absence of a sidewalk, to the extreme right-hand side of the road and there receive or discharge passengers, except upon one-way streets, where passengers may be discharged at either the right-or left-hand sidewalk or side of the roadway, in the absence of a sidewalk.

C.   Restrictions on the number of passengers. No driver shall permit more than four (4) passengers to be carried in a limousine. Upon written application to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing requesting an inspection of a particular vehicle, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may, at his discretion, rate particular vehicles or classes of vehicles at a higher occupancy level.

 

 

§ 180A-17.1. Operation of noncertified limousine or livery vehicle.

A.  It shall be unlawful for a nonlicensed limousine or livery vehicle to pick up or accept a passenger within the city for a destination within the city limits. Upon written request of a prospective passenger, the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may, at his discretion, waive this rule in particular instances.

B.   Limousines and livery vehicles licensed in other jurisdictions may discharge passengers at a destination within the city, provided that said passenger has been picked up by the limousine or livery vehicle outside the city.

C.   Livery cars, and limousines licensed in other jurisdictions shall not cruise within the city limits to seek non-prearranged passengers. Livery cars, and limousines may only pick up a passenger within the city to be taken to a place or destination outside the city provided the passenger had personally, or through an agent, previously arranged by telephone or other means with the owner or driver of the noncertified taxicab for such a trip to the destination outside the city. Livery cars, and limousines shall be specifically prohibited from picking up fares unless they have been prearranged.

D.  Any person found to be guilty of violating any provision of this section shall be punishable by a fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.) and/or one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the taxi license for the first (1st) offense; and not less than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.) and/or up to one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the taxi license for the second (2nd) offense; and not more than one thousand dollars ($1000.) and/or up to one (1) year imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the taxi license for the third (3rd) or subsequent offense.

 

 

§ 180A-17.2.   Limousine Rates

   A limousine may charge any rate for its services, provided that:

A.  The rate schedule is on file with the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing of the City of Hoboken.  The rates schedule must conform to the rules of this section.  A rate schedule may be changed only once in a calendar month.

B.   The current rate schedule must be posted conspicuously in the passenger compartment of the vehicle and be on file with the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing of the City of Hoboken.  No fee that differs, either higher or lower, from the fee set forth in the fee schedule on file with the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing may be charged for any trip.

 

 

§ 180A-18.      Register of license holders.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall keep a register of the name of each holder licensed under this chapter, together with the license number and the make and description of the vehicle licensed, with the date and record of inspections made of it.

 

 

§ 180A-19.      Standing in certain locations prohibited.

   It shall be unlawful for any limousine to stand in any restricted area or any area which is controlled by parking meters or at the curb within fifteen (15) feet of the entrance to any theater, hotel, restaurant or other public place. 

 

 

§ 180A-20.      Behavior of drivers.

   The driver, while engaged in the operation of a limousine, shall behave himself in a gentlemanly manner, and he shall not use any indecent, profane or insulting language while engaged in such operation.

 

 

§ 180A-21       Operation by unlicensed drivers prohibited.

   It shall be unlawful for any person owning or operating any limousine in the City of Hoboken, licensed under the provisions of this chapter, to permit such vehicle to be operated by any person who does not hold a valid driver's license as required by this chapter.

 

 

§ 180A-22.      Restrictions on operations.

   Every holder of a limousine license shall be responsible for the operation of the vehicle for which the license has been granted regardless of the legal relationship between such holder and the driver of said vehicle.

 

 

§ 180A-23.      Lost articles.

   Every driver of a limousine immediately after the termination of any hiring or employment, must carefully search such vehicle for any property lost or left therein, and any such property, unless sooner claimed or delivered to the owners, must be reported, in writing, by the driver or holder to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing, with brief particulars and a description of the property, within twenty-four (24) hours after the finding thereof.

 

 

§ 180A-24.      Enforcement.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing and Police Division of the City of Hoboken are hereby given the authority and are instructed to watch and observe the condition of holders and drivers operating under this chapter. Upon discovering a violation of the provisions of this chapter, the Police Division shall report the same to the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing, in addition to issuing any required summons to the offending licensee the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing who shall order or take appropriate action.

 

 

§ 180A-25.      Hearings.

   All hearings under this chapter shall be conducted by the Division Head of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing, and/or his or her designee.

 

 

§ 180A-26.      Promulgation of rules and regulations; distribution.

   The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall promulgate reasonable rules and regulations to implement this chapter and to carry out its intendments, which shall be filed with the City Clerk of the City of Hoboken. The Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing shall cause the rules and regulations as promulgated, together with this chapter and any amendments or additions thereto, to be printed and distributed to the holders of limousine or livery licenses and to all those who in the future shall obtain such license or licenses.

 

 

§ 180A-27.      Violations and penalties.

   Any person found guilty of violating any of the provisions of this chapter for which no penalties have been specified may, in addition to the suspension or revocation of the license as heretofore provided, be fined not less than five hundred dollars ($500.) and/or up to one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the limousine license for the first (1st) offense; and not less than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.) and/or up to one hundred eighty (180) days imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the taxi license for the second (2nd) offense; and not more than one thousand dollars ($1000.) and/or one (1) year imprisonment to be determined by the Municipal Court and notice of the offense shall be sent to the owner of the taxi license for the third (3rd) or subsequent offense.

 

 

ARTICLE II   Limousine Drivers' Rules and Regulations

 

§ 180A-28.      Table of drivers' rules and regulations.

   The following rules shall apply to all drivers of limousine vehicles. Such rules, numbered sequentially below, shall be referred to by chapter, section and rule number. They are set forth below as follows:

Rule No.

Rule Specification

101

A driver shall be clean and neat in dress and person. A driver must wear hemmed or tailored trousers that are no higher than mid-thigh and that have no holes. A female driver must wear hemmed or tailored trousers or a skirt that is no higher than mid-thigh and that has no holes. A driver must wear closed shoes or sneakers. A driver must wear a collared shirt or blouse, without holes, which, if it has buttons, must be buttoned, except for the top 2 buttons. A driver may not wear as outer clothing any of the following: underwear, tank tops, tube tops, body shirts, swim wear, bathing trunks or cut-off shorts.

102

A driver shall not smoke while carrying a passenger unless the passenger verbally consents.

103

A driver shall not operate or occupy a limousine while his driving ability is impaired by either alcohol or drugs, nor while driving or occupying such limousine or livery vehicle shall he consume any alcoholic beverage or any drugs or narcotics which are either illegal or capable of impairing his driving ability.

104

A driver shall not operate a limousine for more than twelve (12) consecutive hours.

105

A driver shall at all times cooperate with all law enforcement officers and authorized representa-tives of the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing and shall comply with all their reasonable requests, including but not limited to providing his name and limousine operator's license number and other documents required to be in his possession.

106

a.      A driver shall not operate his limousine in such a manner or at a speed which unreasonably endangers users of other vehicles, pedestrians or his passengers.

 

b.     A driver who knowingly or having cause to know that personal injury has been caused to another person or that damage has been caused to the property of another person due to an accident involving the driver's limousine shall, before leaving the place where said damage or injury occurred, stop, exhibit to such other person his limousine operator’s license and rate card and give to such other person his name, residence address, limousine operator’s number, as well as the name of the vehicle's insurance carrier and the insurance policy number.

 

c.      A driver shall operate his limousine at all times in full compliance with all laws, rules and regulations of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and any regulatory body or governmental agency having jurisdiction over motor vehicles, with respect to matters not otherwise specifically covered in these rules.

 

d.     A driver, while operating a limousine, shall immediately report to the owner of the vehicle any motor vehicle accident in which he is involved.

107

A radio shall be turned on or off at the request of the passenger. The passenger shall have the right to select the radio program. Whether or not a limousine is hired, a radio shall be played at normal volume only, and all noise ordinances shall be complied with.

108

An air-conditioning and heating device in a limousine shall be turned on or off at the request of a passenger.

109

A driver, while performing his duties and responsibilities as a driver, shall not commit or attempt to commit, alone or in concert with another, any act of fraud, misrepresentation or larceny or perform any willful act of omission or commission which is against the best interests of the public, even though not specifically mentioned in these rules.

110

A driver shall not apply for or accept more than one (1) limousine operator's license without the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing's written permission.

111

A driver shall not permit any other person to use limousine operator's license while such person is operating any vehicle.

112

a.      A driver shall not permit the limousine to be operated for hire by another person who is not currently licensed by the Division of Taxi and Licensing as a limousine driver.

 

b.   During the work shift, a driver shall not allow another person to operate the limousine or occupy the driver's seat, except in the event of an emergency.

113

a.     A driver shall not use or permit any other person to use his limousine for any unlawful purpose.

 

b.     A driver shall not conceal any evidence of a crime nor voluntarily aid violators to escape arrest.

 

c.     A driver shall report immediately to the police any attempt to use his limousine to commit a crime or to escape from the scene of a crime.

114

A driver or any person acting on his behalf shall not offer or give any gift, gratuity or thing of value to any employee, representative or member of the office of the Division of Taxi and Licensing or any public servant or any dispatcher employed at a public transportation facility.

115

A driver shall immediately report to the Division of Taxi and Licensing and the Hoboken Police Division any request or demand for a gift, gratuity, free service or anything of value by any employee or representative of the Division of Taxi and Licensing, any member of the City Council of Hoboken, any police officer, any dispatcher or any public servant.

116

A driver shall notify the Division of Taxi and Licensing, in writing, of the driver's conviction of a crime or motor vehicle offense, excluding parking violations for vehicles other than a limousine or livery vehicle, within fifteen (15) days of such conviction, and he shall deliver to the Division of Taxi and Licensing a certified copy of the certificate of disposition issued by the Clerk of the Court within fifteen (15) days of sentencing.

117

A driver shall not permit more than four (4) passengers to ride in his limousine or livery unless the particular vehicle in question has been approved for more passengers by the Division of Taxi and Licensing or his designee pursuant to Section 180A-15F of this chapter. Children riding in any vehicle shall be considered a passenger and must comply with all car seat requirements as provided by State law.

118

A handicapped passenger, unable to enter or ride in the rear passenger part of the limousine must be permitted to occupy the front seat alongside the driver. If a passenger's luggage occupies the rear passenger part of the vehicle, a passenger must be permitted to occupy the front seat alongside the driver.

119

a.      A driver shall be courteous to passengers.

 

b.     A driver shall comply with all the reasonable requests of a passenger, including but not limited to providing, upon request, his name and his limousine license number.

120

A driver shall not threaten, harass or abuse any passenger, governmental officer, representative of the Division of Taxi and Licensing, public servant or any other person while performing his duties as a driver.

121

A driver shall not use or attempt to use any physical force against any passenger, governmental officer, representative of the Division of Taxi and Licensing, public servant or any other person while performing his duties as a driver.

122

A driver may not use another person to solicit a passenger nor suggest to a passenger that an additional person be accepted as a passenger.

123

A driver shall not pick up additional paying passengers while the limousine continues to be employed.

124

 

A driver may not, in omnibus fashion, pick up paying passengers at one (1) or more locations. A driver shall not refuse by words, gestures or any other means to take any orderly and lawful passenger to any destination within the City of Hoboken and a 25-mile radius thereof. This includes a person who is handicapped and any guide dog accompanying such person.

126

A driver shall not induce the hire of his vehicle by giving misleading information, including but not limited to the times of arrival and departure of trains, buses, ships, ferries, planes or other scheduled forms of transportation, the location of a building or place or the distance between two (2) points.

127

a.      A driver shall not refuse to transport a passenger's luggage, wheelchair, crutches or other property.

 

b.     Upon request of a passenger, the driver shall load or unload such property in or from the vehicle's interior or trunk compartment and shall secure such compartment.

128

A driver shall not sell, advertise or recommend any service or merchandise to any passenger without prior written approval from the Division of Taxi and Limousine Licensing.

Rule No.

Rule Specification

129

A driver shall take a passenger to his destination by the shortest reasonable route, unless the passenger requests a different route or unless the driver proposes a faster alternative route to which the passenger agrees. The driver shall comply with all reasonable and lawful routing requests of the passenger.

130

A driver shall be required to accept United States currency or a Director-approved group voucher.

131

A driver shall give the correct change to a passenger who has paid the hourly or daily charge.

132

A driver shall give a passenger a receipt for payment of the charge when requested to do so by the passenger; such a receipt shall state the date, time, fee paid and the Division of Taxi and Licensing's Complaint Department telephone number.

133

A driver shall not ask a passenger for a tip nor indicate that a tip is expected or required.

134

A driver shall promptly answer and comply as directed with all questions, communications, directives and summonses from the Division of Taxi and Licensing or his representative. A driver shall produce his limousine operator's license and Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) license or other documents whenever the Division of Taxi and Licensing or his representative requires him to do so.

135

A driver shall not knowingly operate a vehicle for hire unless such vehicle is properly licensed by the Division of Taxi and Licensing.

136

A driver shall comply with all restrictions endorsed by the Division of Taxi and Licensing upon his limousine license.

137

a.      A driver shall not operate a limousine in the City of Hoboken while his limousine operator's license or his motor vehicle driver's license is revoked, suspended or expired.

 

b.     A driver shall immediately surrender his limousine operator's license to the Division of Taxi and Licensing upon the suspension or revocation of his chauffeur's license.

138

A driver shall take all reasonable steps to safeguard his limousine operator's license.

139

A driver shall notify the Division of Taxi and Licensing, in writing, of the loss or theft of his limousine and livery driver's license within seventy-two (72) hours, exclusive of weekends and holidays.

140

A driver shall not alter, deface, mutilate or obliterate any portion of his limousine operator's license or the attached photograph so as to cause it to present false information or make it unreadable or unrecognizable.

141

A driver shall immediately surrender for replacement any unreadable or unrecognizable limousine license.

142

A driver shall submit four (4) prints of a new photograph to the Division of Taxi and Licensing whenever his physical appearance has substantially changed. Substantial change shall include, but not be limited to, the growth or removal of facial hair.

143

A driver shall report any change of mailing address to the Division of Taxi and Licensing, either in person or by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, within seven (7) days, exclusive of weekends and holidays. Any notice from the Division of Taxi and Licensing shall be deemed sufficient if sent to the mailing address furnished by the driver.

144

A driver, while operating a limousine, shall not carry a weapon without the Division of Taxi and Licensing's written authorization.

145

A driver shall not operate a limousine having any equipment, devices or signs not specifically specified in these rules, unless authorized, in writing, by the Division of Taxi and Licensing.

146

A driver shall not operate a limousine without continuing personal inspection and reasonable determination that all equipment, including brakes, tires, lights and signals, is in good working order.

147

When a limousine is taken out of service for repair has been repaired, and if the repairs were made by the driver, the driver shall carry the work order or receipt with him while on his work shift and deliver it to the owner at the end of that shift.

148

A driver, during his work shift, shall keep the vehicle's exterior and interior clean.

149

No driver shall charge a fee that differs from the fee schedule on file with the Division of Taxi and Licensing.

150

No driver shall leave the scene of any accident contrary to the laws of the State of New Jersey.

151

No driver shall cause his vehicle horn to sound for the purposes of signaling a passenger between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.

 

 

§ 180A-28.1.   Fines for violation of drivers' rules and regulations.

   The following penalty schedule shall be in force for the violation of the rules set forth in Section 180A-28. The penalty schedule lists the rule number, the range of fines associated with a violation of that rule and whether the violator is required to make a personal appearance to answer such charge.

Schedule of Violations and Penalties

 

 

Rule No.

 

Penalty/Fine

(minimum to maximum)

Personal Appearance Required

101

$50.00

No

102

$100.00

No

103

$250.00 to $500.00

Yes

(N.J.S.A. 39:4-50)

104

$25.00

No

105

$50.00 to $350.00

Yes

106a

$100.00 to $250.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

106b

$100.00 to $250.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

106c

$50.00 to $100.00 for a violation that governs stationary vehicles

Yes

106d

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 5 days 

Yes

107

$50.00

No

108

$50.00

No

109

$200.00 to $350.00

Yes

110

$50.00 to $150.00 and/or suspension of 20 days

Yes

111

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

112a

$150.00 to $350.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

112b

$50.00

No

113a, b and c

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 20 days

Yes

114

$100.00 to $250.00 and/or suspension of 10 days

Yes

115

$100.00

No

116

$250.00 to $500.00

No

117

$250.00 to $500.00

No

118

$50.00 to $150.00

No

119

$50.00

No

120

$250.00

No

121

$250.00 to $500.00

No

122

$250.00

No

123

$150.00 to $250.00

No

124

$250.00 to $500.00

No

125

$250.00

No

126

$100.00

No

127a and b

$50.00 to $100.00

No

128

$50.00 to $100.00

No

129

$50.00 to $100.00

No

130

$50.00 to $100.00

No

131

$50.00 to $100.00

No

132

$50.00

No

133

$50.00

No

134

$100.00

Yes

135

$250.00 to $500.00

Yes

136

$50.00 to $100.00

Yes

137a and b

$250.00 to $500.00

Yes

138

$25.00

No

139

$25.00

No

140

$100.00

No

141

$25.00

No

142

$25.00

No

143

$100.00

No

144

$100.00

Yes

145

$25.00

No

146

$50.00 to $100.00

Yes

147

$50.00 to $100.00

Yes

148

$25.00

No

149

$250.00 to $500.00

Yes

150

$500.00 to $1,000.00 and/or suspension of 30 days

Yes

151

$100.00

No

 

 

ARTICLE III   Limousine Owners' Rules and Regulations

 

§ 180A-29.      Table of owners' rules and regulations.

   The following rules shall apply to all owners of limousines. Such rules, numbered sequentially below, shall be referred to by chapter, section and rule number. They are set forth below as follows:

Rule No.

Rule Specification

201

An owner shall not dispatch a limousine not currently licensed by the city.

202

An owner who is not currently licensed shall not advertise or hold himself out as doing business as a limousine or any name that would tend to confuse the public as to the owner's license status.

203

An owner shall not cause to be dispatched a limousine unless the driver thereof has a current limousine operator's license.

204

An owner, while performing his duties and responsibilities as a limousine owner, shall not commit or attempt to commit, alone or in concert with another, any act of fraud, misrepresentation or larceny or perform any willful act or omission which is against the best interests of the public, although not specifically prohibited in these rules.

205

An owner shall not use or permit any other person to use his limousine, his garage or his office of record for any unlawful purpose.

206

An owner shall not conceal any evidence of crime connected with his limousine, garage or office of record.

207

An owner shall report immediately to the police any attempt to use any of his limousine to commit a crime or flee from the scene of a crime.

208

The owner shall inspect or cause to be inspected the interior of the limousine immediately after the termination of each work shift.

209

Property found shall be taken without delay to the Police Division, unless it can be returned to its rightful owner within a reasonable time.

210

An owner shall not dispatch or cause to be dispatched any limousine from a public street or other public area if such dispatch will prevent the flow of pedestrians and/or vehicular traffic or cause inconvenience or annoyance to the public.

211

No owner of a vehicle shall permit a person to operate that vehicle as a limousine who does not possess a valid limousine operator's license issued by the Division of Taxi and Licensing of City of Hoboken.

212

No owner shall aid, assist, counsel, require, order, mandate, suggest or in any other way knowingly cause a driver to violate any rule of this chapter. The fines for such an offense shall be triple the maximum fine allowable for the offense committed by the driver.

 

 

§ 180A-29.1. Fines for violations of owners' rules and regulations.

   The following penalty schedule shall be in force for the violation of the rules set forth in Section 180A-29. The penalty schedule lists the rule number, the range of fines associated with a violation of that rule and whether the violator is required to make a personal appearance to answer such charge.

 

Schedule of Violations and Penalties

 

 

Rule No.

 

Penalty/Fine

(minimum to maximum)

Personal Appearance Required

201

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 20 days

Yes

202

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 20 days

Yes

203

$250.00 to $500.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

204

$500.00 to $1,000.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

205

$500.00 to $1,000.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

206

$500.00 to $1,000.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

207

$500.00 to $1,000.00 and/or suspension of 5 days

Yes

208

$50.00 to $150.00

No

209

$50.00 to $150.00

No

210

$50.00 to $150.00

No

211

$250.00 to $500.00

Yes

212

Triple fine allowed for driver offense

Yes

 

 

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