New Jersey Driving

Do You Have A Long Commute? It Could Be Hazardous To Your Health
The American Journal of Preventive Medicine published a study last year stating that anyone with a commute greater than 10 miles is at greater risk of certain health problems. You are more likely to be diagnosed with medical conditions such as obesity and heart disease. Fellow New Jerseyans need to …
Left Lane Cloggers – Who is the Biggest Culprit? [POLL]
We have talked extensively about the things that happen on the roadways that bother us most. Undoubtedly, the most common response is the left lane hog. In New Jersey, seemingly multiple times per day, you will be subject to doing five to ten miles under the speed limit until you can find a way to p…
Texas Highway With Highest Speed Limit in The Country is Now Open
Tired of getting speeding tickets in New Jersey for doing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone? If it means that much to you, quit your job, pack your bags and head on down to Eastern Texas where a new privately funded highway was just built with the highest speed limit in the country. Just how fast are we talki…

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