www.njmcdirect.com – New Jersey Courts Online

by Cathy on September 17, 2013

www.njmcdirect.com is a website where people can access information pertaining to traffic and parking tickets of the New Jersey Municipal Courts jurisdiction. It is also a site where people can, conveniently, make online payments for parking or traffic tickets.


Accessing www.njmcdirect.com

You can access www.njmcdirect.com (just like any other site) by entering its URL/website address into your browser’s address bar: assuming that you are capable of remembering it off-head.

If at some point in the past, you have had the opportunity to visit this particular site, chances are that your browser will have ‘memorized’ the address to it (so long as you did not ‘clear history’). So you just have to start typing out the address, and the browser will complete it for you. That is, of course, assuming that the browser you are using has such functionality. Alternatively, if during your last visit you took the trouble to bookmark the site’s address/URL, you can make use of that bookmark to access the site.

There is still the option of using a search engine to access this particular site. If, for instance, you carry out a search for ‘NJMC direct’ or some other related term, chances are that your search engine would give you links to this particular website.

The structure of www.njmcdirect.com

The structure of www.njmcdirect.com is fairly simple. On the homepage, for instance, there is a header, with a logo and text to inform you that this is indeed a New Jersey Municipal courts website. At the very top, on the right hand side, and almost invisible, is a set of navigation links to the other pages on the site. Those include the page where you can carry out ticket searches, the page where you can get help, the page where you can post feedback and the homepage itself. There is also a link to the main New Jersey Judiciary website.

The main body section is divided into two sections. The section on the left hand side (which is essentially a sidebar) has information on the hours when online payments can be made on the site. The other wider section has summarized information on the workings of NJMC Direct, including what exactly you can do on the site, what you require to transact on the site… and so on.

Things you can do at www.njmcdirect.com

There are two major things you can do at www.njmcdirect.com website, namely:

  • Carrying out searches for traffic and parking tickets
  • Making the payments (that is, the penalty payments) pertaining to traffic and parking tickets


www.njmcdirect.com Pay Ticket

by Cathy on September 17, 2013

It can be safely asserted that majority of the people who visit www.njmcdirect.com are folks who are interested in paying tickets (traffic and parking tickets) on the site. Many such folks do, however, tend to have some questions about the process of paying ticket penalties at www.njmcdirect.com. Those are the questions we venture to address.

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Initiating the process of paying tickets at www.njmcdirect.com

To initiate the process of paying tickets at www.njmcdirect.com, you just need to load the site (by entering the URL, following a link, following a bookmark, or anything else along those lines). Once the site is loaded, you need to read through the homepage, and ensure that you have with you the things that are listed as essential for the process of paying tickets on the site. Then you need to click on the ‘continue’ button, to be taken to a page where you can actually initiate the payment.

There, you will be required to enter the court ID, as well as the ticket number (including the prefix), besides your license plate number, and then click on the ‘continue’ button to be taken to the next stage in the process. It is a fairly straightforward process.

Things that you need, to pay tickets at www.njmcdirect.com

As mentioned, you need to have the ticket you are making payment for with you. You also need to have the license plate number with you. And of course, you need to have the plastic money (in the form of a credit or debit card) that you will be using to make the payment on the site.

Payment methods that are accepted at www.njmcdirect.com

It would seem that www.njmcdirect.com only accepts plastic money (in the form of either debit or credit cards). These have to be in the two major families: namely the Visa family and the MasterCard family. According to the instructions given on the site, any card with either of these logos can be used to make payments on the site (assuming, of course, that the card has adequate funds).

The cost of paying tickets at www.njmcdirect.com

There is something referred to as a ‘convenience fee’ charged to the people who pay traffic or parking tickets at www.njmcdirect.com (these being people who’d otherwise have gone to great troubles to pay for the same, if they were to do things in the traditional way).

Times when ticket payments can be made at www.njmcdirect.com

Apparently, the service provided at www.njmcdirect.com is not a 24-hour payments service. Online payments are only accepted between 7.30 in the morning and 11.45 at night on Mondays through Thursdays. That is Eastern Standard Time (EST). On Fridays, the hours are between 7.30 in the morning and 10.45 at night. On Saturdays, the hours are between 7.30 in the morning and 3.45 in the Afternoon. And on Sundays, the hours are between 1.00 in the Afternoon and 11.45 at night.


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