Re: Handicap Parking Violation in New Jersey
In the United States, it is the driver's responsibility to familiarize him/herself with the rules of the road prior to driving.
You've heard of the saying "When in Rome, do as the Romans do...".
I highly doubt that NJ will notify the Interpol of your violation...
However, and depending upon whether NJ considers this as a "parking violation". If they do, this citation might be referred to the registered owner of the vehicle which is the rental agency where you rented the vehicle.
They, in turn and depending on the terms of your rental contract, might charge the fine onto the credit card number that they have on file for you.
So while you might be able to forgo the court appearance, you might not escape from having to pay the fine. Which by the way, if left unpaid past the due date, might also get a pile of late payment charges added onto it.
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!