In the first part of this series, an augmented PDE system was introduced in order to couple two nonlinear hyperbolic equations together. This formulation allowed the authors, based on Dafermos’s self-similar viscosity method, to establish the existence of self-similar solutions to the coupled Riemann problem. We continue here this analysis in the restricted case of one-dimensional scalar equations and investigate the internal structure of the interface in order to derive a selection criterion associated with the underlying regularization mechanism and, in turn, to characterize the nonconservative interface layer. In addition, we identify a new criterion that selects double-waved solutions that are also continuous at the interface. We conclude by providing some evidence that such solutions can be non-unique when dealing with non-convex flux-functions.