HOWEVER, a FJHP Fully Jacketed Hollow Point is, apparently, not considered to be a hollow point as the definition in the NJ statutes state something to the effect of there being a hollow space at the front and the fully jacketed hollow point negates this.
Still, having just returned from a trip to NJ for a funeral, I chose to leave my handguns at home and I took the wife's car after going over it with a fine tooth comb to ensure that a hollow point did not accidentally fall into the spare tire well or somewhere.
NJ is bad news. If you are going to travel NJ you take the time YOURSELF to investigate the NJ statutes and please take every bit of advice that you get on ANY of the sites, including the NJ forums, with a grain of salt.
We travel through the states a whole lot every year and spend time in almost every state and there is NO STATE that scares me more than NJ. Period. Why they will not adopt 'shall issue' is beyond me as if there was ever a state that needed for its folks to be carrying concealed, NJ comes to mind right away. I have witnessed running gun battles in Atlantic City. Even my relatives who live in Margate, Ventnor, etc., try not to venture out into the night these days.
You can always look into shipping your handguns and ammo (seperately) to your next destination outside of NJ and that would be my preference on a long trip. Otherwise I just avoid NJ much to the chagrin of my cousins.