1 Limousine Law Relationship between NJMVC and Municipal Government
2 The Fraud In 2008 MVC Clerks alerted the S & I Unit that hundreds of vehicles were being registered as limousines at the Newton Agency. S & I began a review and identified that approximately 40 companies were involved. S & I Identified a group of foreign nationals based in NYC were at the heart of the fraudulent registration practice.
3 2012 NJ Attorney Generals Office
4 The Facts Owner registers and insures vehicles under false pretenses to obtain lower insurance. Obtained NJ Insurance Obtained Municipal Certificate from Clerks Office Presented Municipal Certificate at MVC to register vehicles Owner fails to pay premiums and insurance is cancelled.
5 Typical Business Location Vacant office location in Central NJ
6 Typical Business Location Vacant office location in Northern NJ
7 Location used as mail drop Runners stop by periodically to retrieve mail. In some cases landlords collect mail and forward to NYC base.
8 Who operates the vehicle
9 Craig's List Ad Vehicle being rented for $450 per week / NJ plates Violates Title 48, owner of business to transport passengers for hire
10 Case Closed Suspect Indicted Moustapha Lo, Age 43 Brooklyn, NY Born Senegal Charged 2 nd degree Insurance Fraud Charged 3 rd degree Theft by Deception
11 The numbers $$$$ Lo operated as many as 40 companies Changing names and addresses yearly to avoid detection May have titled & registered as many as 1600 vehicles Rented vehicles to individuals for as much as $ 2,000 / Mo 1600 X (average $1,500 per/ vehicle) = $ 2,400,000 / Mo Yearly gross CASH income $ 28.8 Million
12 Doing Business in NJ
13 All Businesses Must Register
14 Municipal Concerns
15 NJ Business Registration Form
16 NJ Certificate of Authority
17 Sole Proprietorships
18 MVC Titles for business vehicles If a business owns a vehicle in NJ it must obtain a corp code, which is a 15 digit owner identification number. The business owner must complete an application and submit it and supporting documents that the business is properly licensed and registered to conduct business in the state and municipality in which the main place of business is located.
19 MVC Website
20 GET Corp Code
21 Corp Code Process
22 MVC Corp Code Investigation Upon receipt of application the MVC Security & Investigations Unit will conduct and investigation. A review is conducted to verify that the business is properly registered to conduct business. Municipality is contacted to verify that business is a conforming use at the main place of business address. If investigation concludes that business is properly registered a corp code will be issued.
23 S & I Check list of doc.
24 Title 48, the limousine law 48: Definitions 48: Insurance policy on limousine 48: Issuance of license to operate limousine; fee 48: Insurance policy filed where owner has principal place of business 48: Municipal licensing requirements for limousine service; fee 48: License required to operate limousine
25 Title 48, Chapter 16, Article 2. 48: Definitions Except as provided in section 2 of P.L. 1997, c. 356 (C. 48: ), as used in this article: "Autocab" means a limousine. "Limousine" means and includes any automobile 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 seating capacity in no event of more than 14 passengers, not including the driver, a vehicle shall not have a seating capacity in excess of four passengers, not including the driver, beyond the maximum passenger seating capacity of the vehicle, not including the driver, at the time of manufacture.
26 Definitions Nothing in this article contained shall be construed to include taxicabs, hotel buses, buses employed solely in transporting school children or teachers, businesses engaged in the practice of mortuary science autobuses which are subject to the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation or interstate autobuses required by federal or State law or regulations of the Department of Transportation to carry insurance against loss from liability imposed by law on account of bodily injury or death.
27 Definitions "Person" means and includes any individual, copartnership, association, corporation or joint stock company, their lessees, trustees or receivers appointed by any court whatsoever.
28 Definitions "Principal place of business" means, in reference to a municipality, the location of the main place of business of the limousine service in the municipality where limousine service is conducted, where limousines are dispatched, or where limousine drivers report for duty.
29 Definitions "Limousine or livery service" means and includes the business of carrying passengers for hire by limousines
30 48: Insurance policy on limousine owner of the limousine shall have filed with the clerk of the municipality in which the owner has his principal place of business, an insurance policy of a company duly licensed to transact business under the insurance laws of this State in the sum of $ 1,500,000
31 48: Insurance Such operation shall be permitted only so long as the insurance policy shall remain in force to the full and collectible amount of $ 1,500,000.
32 48: Issuance of License to operate limousine The clerk of the municipality, in which the owner has his principal place of business, upon the filing of the required insurance policy and the payment of a fee which shall not exceed $ 50, shall issue in duplicate a license to operate showing that the owner of the limousine has complied with the terms and provisions of this article. The license shall recite the name of the insurance company, the number and date of expiration of the policy, a description of every limousine insured thereunder, and the registration number of the same
33 48: Issuance of License to operate limousine The duplicate license shall be filed with the Division of Motor Vehicles before any such car is registered as a limousine. The original license shall be retained within the limousine and shall be available for inspection by any police officer in the State.
34 48: : Insurance policy filed where owner has principal place of business Where a limousine service operates in more than one municipality, the insurance policy required by R.S.48:16-14 shall be filed with the clerk of the municipality in which the owner has his principal place of business.
35 48: : Municipal licensing requirements for limousine service; fee Notwithstanding any other provisions of law to the contrary, a municipality may require a limousine service to obtain a corporate license, permit, certificate or other form of authority if the limousine service is providing service on an intra-municipal, point-to-point basis within that municipality. The municipality may charge a fee that shall not exceed a total of $ 50 for the issuance of that license, permit, certificate or other form of authority which shall apply to all limousines operated by the limousine service and providing intra- municipal, point-to-point service within that municipality.
36 48:16-22License required to operate limousine No person shall operate a limousine service in any street in this State without a license to operate issued by a municipality in which the owner has his principal place of business and without otherwise complying with the provisions of this article.
37 48: : Requirements for operation of limousine No limousine shall be operated on the highways of this State unless it has a license issued pursuant to R.S.48:16-17 and the limousine is equipped, in accordance with minimum standards established by the Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles in the Department of Transportation, with: a. a two-way communications system, which, at a minimum, shall provide for communication to a person outside the vehicle for a distance of not less than 100 miles and which requirement may be satisfied by a mobile telephone; b. a removable first-aid kit and an operable fire extinguisher, which shall be placed in an accessible place within the vehicle; c. sideboards attached to the permanent body construction of the vehicle if the height of the vehicle floor is 10 inches or more above ground level.
38 48: : General examination of condition of limousine a. Prior to any operation of a limousine on the highways of this State for the purpose of picking up passengers, the driver of the limousine shall conduct a general examination of the condition of the vehicle to ascertain its fitness to operate, which shall include, at a minimum, an examination of the tires, windshield wipers, horn, condition of the front and rear windshield and side windows, front and rear lights, fluid levels and brakes, as well as the condition of the two-way communications system. The completion of a check list by the driver containing, at a minimum, the items enumerated in this subsection and the date and time of the examination, and supplied by the owner of the limousine service, shall constitute proof of compliance with this subsection. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed as requiring more than the general examination to be conducted prior to the commencement of operation in any one day. b. In a calendar year in which a limousine is not required to undergo an inspection as required pursuant to R.S.39:8-1, the owner of the limousine service shall cause to be conducted, by a person qualified to do so, an examination of the mechanical and operating condition of the limousine, including at a minimum, the condition of the brakes, the exhaust system, condition of the tires, functioning of front and rear lights, and operation of fan belts and other belts in the engine of the vehicle. The person conducting the examination shall issue a report thereof to the owner who shall retain the report of the examination until the time of the next inspection required pursuant to R.S.39:8-1. The report shall be subject to inspection by the Division of Motor Vehicles.
39 48: : Limousine service owner, one license, etc. required Neither the State nor any political subdivision of the State shall enact, adopt or enforce any ordinance, resolution, rule, regulation, order, standard or other provision having the force and effect of law that would require a person lawfully engaged in limousine service on an intra-state basis between or among political subdivisions within the State to obtain a license, permit, certificate or other form of authority from any political subdivision of the State other than that political subdivision in which the owner of the limousine service maintains his principal place of business.
40 Limo Owners
42 48: a 48: a. Requirements for applicants as limousine operator, driver a. Any person who owns a limousine service shall require an applicant for employment as a limousine operator or driver to provide the applicant's name, address, citizenship status, a form of photographic identification, birth certificate, and such other information as the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (hereinafter the "chief administrator") may require.
43 48: a continued b. An applicant subject to the provisions of subsection a. of this section shall submit to being fingerprinted by the Division of State Police in the Department of Law and Public Safety or by agents appointed by or under contract to the division. The applicant also shall provide written consent to the performance of a criminal history record background check. The chief administrator is authorized to exchange fingerprint data and photographic identification with and receive criminal history record background information results from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Division of State Police. The division shall inform the chief administrator if an applicant's criminal history record background check reveals a conviction of a disqualifying crime as specified in subsection d. of this section. The applicant shall bear the cost of fingerprinting and the cost for the background checks, including all costs of administering and processing the checks. As used in this section, "criminal history record background check" means a determination of whether a person has a criminal record by cross-referencing that person's name and fingerprint data with those on file with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Identification Division and the State Bureau of Identification in the Division of State Police.
44 48: a continued c. No applicant shall be permitted to operate or drive a limousine unless the applicant is 21 years of age or older and unless the chief administrator provides written notification to the owner of the limousine service of the chief administrator's determination that the applicant is qualified for employment as a limousine operator or driver. d. An applicant shall be disqualified from operating or driving a limousine if the applicant's criminal history record background check reveals a record of conviction of any of the following crimes: (1) In New Jersey or elsewhere any crime as follows: aggravated assault, arson, burglary, escape, extortion, homicide, kidnapping, robbery, aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault or endangering the welfare of a child pursuant to N.J.S.2C:24-4, whether or not armed with or having in his possession any weapon enumerated in subsection r. of N.J.S.2C:39-1, a crime pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.2C:39-3, N.J.S.2C:39-4 or N.J.S.2C:39-9, or other than a disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons offense for the unlawful use, possession or sale of a controlled dangerous substance as defined in N.J.S.2C:35-2.
45 48: b. Applicants to be tested for controlled dangerous substances; regulations Applicants to be tested for controlled dangerous substances; regulations Any person who owns a limousine service shall require an applicant for employment as a limousine operator or driver to be tested, at the applicant's expense, for dangerous controlled substances as defined in N.J.S.2C:35-2.
46 S & I Check list of doc.
47 Registration process After limousine company obtains corp code it may register a vehicle. The limousine company must obtain a license or certificate from municipal clerk in the municipality where main place of business is located To obtain a license the limousine company must deliver the insurance policy to the municipal clerk
48 Registration process (continued) To obtain a license the limousine company must deliver the insurance policy to the municipal clerk
49 Is it real or is it counterfeit?
50 Registration process (continued) Limousine company then proceeds to MVC agency with municipal license or certificate and completes the limousine registration.
51 Why do we all have to work together To be business friendly while we Regulate businesses To protect the residents of NJ that use public transportation To be vigilant of individuals or groups that want to do use harm
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