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Michael Smith, Newsmakers
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Officials: Distracted Driving Major Problem in NJ

Driver inattention was a major contributing factor in 1.4 million crashes in New Jersey over the past decade, roughly half of the total accidents that occurred during that time.

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10 Cars Most Likely to Go Over 200,000 Miles

How long do you intend to keep your car when you buy one? Some trade in their cars every few years to stay trendy, while others are in it for the long haul. For those who don't wish to part with their cars, Consumer Reports has put out a list of the ten cars most likely to go over 200,000 miles.

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Rutgers
Photo credit: Townsquare Media NJ
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Rutgers Reduces Campus Driving: Report [AUDIO]

A new report applauds Rutgers University for reducing the amount of driving in and around its university campuses.

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Carsten Koal, Getty Images
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AARP Debuts New Driver Refresher Course for Seniors [AUDIO]

With new vehicle technology, and more crowded and changing roadways, navigating can be a challenge for older drivers in New Jersey.

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Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (Facebook)
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Traffic Study Helps Improve Teen Drivers [AUDIO]

Teen drivers at five central New Jersey high schools showed they know to buckle their seat belt and not use their cell phone, but there is still room for improvement.

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Flickr User epSos.de
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Many NJ Drivers Admit to Speeding: Report [AUDIO]

Half of all drivers in New Jersey and around the country are speeding, according to a new report by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, either because those drivers are not aware of how fast they're going or because they simply enjoy traveling at a high rate of speed.

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Flickr User Timo Newton-Syms
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We Rely Less on Driving: Report [AUDIO]

People across the country are relying less on their own vehicles to get them to work, and depending more overall on public transportation, according to a first-of-its-kind report from New Jersey Public Interest Research Group.

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Jeff Deminski photo
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Road Warriors Odometer Pictures Sent in By Deminski & Doyle Listeners

So I wasn't the only one.

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Cigarette
Flickr user: Fried Dough
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Cigarette Butt Tossers Suck

I was having a fine morning. I had just dropped my kids off to school, stopped at the bank, picked up a few things from the store and was heading back home to start searching news for the show. Nice sunny morning with a slight breeze and dry, colorful leaves piled up on the grassy median. When what to my wondering eyes should appear but a smoldering cigarette butt drawing ever so near.

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Texting and Driving
Flickr User Intel Free Press
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Who’s Had An Accident Involving A Cell Phone? [POLL]

I imagine statistics are still hard to come by involving car accidents where use of a cell phone was the cause. Most drivers wouldn't admit fault to a cop especially now that the fines for illegal cell phone use while driving have doubled. So if an officer can't outright prove it, it's hard to know the real numbers.

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