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Route 206, Montgomery Township NJ (Somerset County). (Craig Allen photo)
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Should NJ remind drivers to stay to the right?

Jim was discussing the signs that different towns have set up, as pictured above, that warn against either drinking and driving or texting. While these are nice reminders, Jim points out there should be another sign for drivers to pay attention to

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Trooper Directs Left Lane Lagger
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NJ Trooper Directs ‘Left Lane Lagger’ to Proper Lane [VIDEO]

Ever wish you had the power to make that dreaded "left-lane-lagger" move out of your way? Well then this video will give you some source of satisfaction.

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Trooper Directs Left Lane Lagger
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Does NJ Need Stronger Left Lane Driving Laws? [POLL]

Apparently the state of Georgia gets it. Maybe they could pass along some wisdom to the great Garden State when they get a chance.

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Trooper Pulls over Left Lane Dick
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NJ Assemblyman O’Scanlon Applauds Left Lane Hanger Video [AUDIO]

At least one NJ politician agrees with Jim that we need to do more to combat those dreaded "left-lane-laggers" that get into the left lane on NJ's roads and slow traffic down to a crawl behind them.

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NJ Boosts Fines For Left Lane Hogs

New Jersey is cracking down on motorists who stay in the left lane.

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Flickr User Dougtone
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Left Lane Hog Bill Awaits Christie’s Signature

Legislation that will strengthen penalties for motorists who fail to keep right except when passing has gotten approval in both the State Senate and the General Assembly. It is on Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.

The bill raises the fine from a range of $50 - $200 to a range of $100 - $300. The measure is sponsored by Sen. Donald Norcross and Assemblyman “Whip” Wilson.

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Trooper Pulls over Left Lane Dick
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Do We Need Tougher Laws on the Left Lane Laggers? [POLL]

Jim has spent many hours railing against the dreaded 'left lane dicks' driving in NJ. Looks like someone else is finally taking up the cause as well.

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Flickr User Dougtone
Flickr User Dougtone
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NJ Drivers Could Face Serious Fines For Failing To Stay Right [AUDIO]

We've all seen it and almost nothing is more infuriating on our roadways; drivers going less than the speed limit and refusing to move to the right and get out of our way.

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Flickr User Doug Kerr
Flickr User Doug Kerr
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Should Penalties be Higher for Left Lane Drivers? [POLL]

As it has become custom on the Jim Gearhart show, Jim often speaks of the annoyances of NJ motorists driving gingerly in the left lane.

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Trooper Pulls over Left Lane Dick
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NJ Drivers Could Face Higher Fines For Staying Left [AUDIO]

We've all seen it and almost nothing is more infuriating on our roadways; drivers going less than the speed limit and refusing to move to the right and get out of our way. It's already against the law if motorists fail to stay right unless passing, but few get tickets for it and the fines aren't that steep anyway.

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