Traffic Unit

Sergeant Michael Vollbrecht is in charge of the traffic bureau.  Please contact him with any traffic issues:  MVollbrecht@neptunecitypolice.org  732-455-0136.

Child Safety Seat Program

The Neptune City Police Department would like to inform residents of a special service that is offered by the department. To date, the department has one trained child safety seat technician who will gladly assist parents and guardians with child seat inspection and installation. The seat will also be cross referenced with a manufacturer recall list to ensure that the seat is safe. Officers will also provide helpful information regarding seat belts, LATCH systems, air bags and much more.
If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call Sergeant Janell Pyzik at (732) 455-0128 or e-mail at jpyzik@neptunecitypolice.org.
* This service is available to residents living outside of Neptune City as well.
The NJ State Police provide this service as well.  Visit www.njsp.org
For product recalls and other helpful information on seat installation and safety... Click here

Towed Vehicle Information

The fee for towing of all vehicles as provided in Neptune City shall be ninety dollars ($90.) per tow. In addition, the following extra fees may be charged:

Any vehicle in need of re-positioning/overturned prior to tow will not exceed seventy-five dollars ($75.).
 

Scene clean up may not exceed twenty dollars ($20.).
 

There shall be no fee charged to the Borough of Neptune City for the towing of any borough vehicle within five (5) miles.


Where passenger vehicles, including mopeds and motorcycles, are stored prior to reclamation by the owner, the fee shall be twenty-five dollars ($25.) per day to begin at midnight on the first day.

Where the owner of a vehicle requests a wrecker for a service call, on a vehicle not to be towed, the charge for this service shall not exceed the Borough of Neptune City rates for towing.

The above fees apply to passenger vehicles, mopeds, motorcycles, and small trucks under ten thousand (10,000) pounds.

Any vehicle over ten thousand (10,000) pounds or requiring special facilities and/or equipment (buses, tractor-trailers, large or oversized vehicles, etc.) will require arrangement between the owner or driver and the wrecker operator.

If a vehicle is towed by the Neptune City Police Department for violations of NJ motor vehicle laws, the vehicle will only be released to the owner by the Neptune City Police after receiving proper insurance information. The Neptune City Police will release the vehicle only when the proper information is obtained. The vehicle will be released by the tow company after the owner obtains the release in writing from the shift supervisor.  

Click Here for more information on Wreckers and Towing, refer to the Neptune City Borough Ordinance Article 138.

New Driver Information

For drivers age 17 or older, MVC offers a three-phase process:

Examination permit

Probationary license (minimum one year of restricted but unsupervised driving)

Basic driver license (must be 18 years old)

Get an examination permit (not a student permit)
Applicants, age 17 but under age 18, must submit signed consent of a parent or legal guardian to begin the permit process.
Visit an MVC Agency (may also be distributed by a licensed driving instructor).

Pass the knowledge test. You can study by reading MVC's Driver Manual
Pass the vision test
Pass the 6 point ID requirements
​Pay fee

Permits are valid for two years and must be carried when operating a vehicle
If your permit is lost or stolen, you must request a duplicate permit

Practice supervised driving for at least six months
You must observe the following restrictions during the supervised driving phase:

Display a reflectorized decal on each license plate (front/back); decals available at motor vehicle agencies, $4 per pair

No driving after 11:01 p.m. and before 5:00 a.m.

You must be accompanied in the front seat by an adult supervising driver who is at least 21 years of age and who possesses a valid New Jersey driver license and has a minimum of three years driving experience

Parent(s), guardian(s) or dependent(s) are allowed as passengers. A 'dependent' is a permit or probationary driver's child, not siblings

Only one additional passenger is allowed unless accompanied by a parent or guardian

You can't use cell phones, hand held video games or any other hands-free interactive, wireless communication device

Seat belts must be worn at all times

* See GDL Exemptions for hours-related exemptions for employment or religious reasons

Get a probationary license
Complete the supervised driving period
Pass MVC's road test

Practice unsupervised driving for at least one year
You must observe the following requirements and restrictions while driving with a probationary (formerly provisional) license:

Display a reflectorized decal on each license plate (front/back); decals available at motor vehicle agencies, $4 per pair

No driving after 11:01 p.m. and before 5:00 a.m. See GDL Exemptions for exceptions due to employment or religious reasons

Parent(s), guardian(s) or dependent(s) are allowed as passengers. A 'dependent' is a permit or probationary driver's child, not siblings

Only one additional passenger is allowed unless accompanied by a parent or guardian

You can't use cell phones, hand held video games or any other hands-free interactive, wireless communication device

Seat belts must be worn at all times

* See GDL Exemptions for hours-related exemptions for employment or religious reasons


Get a basic driver license

You must be at least 18 years old

Complete the unsupervised driving period

Go to any MVC Agency with your provisional license and other documents to pass the 6 point ID requirements

Pay $24 license fee. *For your convenience, MVC accepts American Express® card, MasterCard® card, Visa® card, checks, money orders and cash.