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School Bus
Flickr user: Bsabarnowl
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Elderly Bus Driver Forgets Student – Should There Be An Age Limit? [POLL]

Yesterday we took calls on the news that a 77 year old bus driver and his 78 year old bus aide didn't do their jobs properly and forgot a special needs student, leaving him locked on the bus at the end of their shift for nearly 3 hours

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Highway
Flickr user: scot63us
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Would You Want A Driverless Car? [POLL]

Google has been testing cars that drive themselves. All you have to do is ride in it. You don't have to step on the gas, brakes or manually use your turn signal to change lanes. The car does everything for you

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The DMV
From Flickr User: Robert Couse-Baker
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IQ Test For New Jersey Drivers

Both on air and online yesterday, people seem to be in favor of my idea to require an IQ test to obtain a New Jersey driver's license. Yes we realize we'll never really see this happen, but just for fun check out the online poll results here.

Towards the end of the hour as the votes piled up, I

Traffic
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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New Jerseyans Are Driving Less, Are You?

New Jerseyans are driving less miles according to a report released Thursday.

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Reduced Speed Ahead
(Flickr User: taberandrew)
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A Cup of Coffee Thrown at Me on Day 3 of ‘By The Book’

Ugliest morning yet. I had errands to run so that meant more road time. I actually had a motorist throw a cup of coffee at me today. If you're new to this, scroll down to find the backstory. Suffice it to say, this is the third and final day of a little social experiment I've been doing to see what happens in New Jersey if a driver (me) obeys all traffic laws 100%, meaning you do 35 in a 35, 25 in a 25, you stop and don't move an inch at crosswalks where a pedestrian is present (no matter if the pedestrian is almost up on the sidewalk and nowhere near your intended travel path because hey, that's what the law says), turn signals, stop lines, EVERYTHING by the book

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Stop Sign
(From Flickr User: The Tire Zoo)
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Day 2, By The Book

This driving by the book thing has been quite a learning experience already. Today doing 35 in a 35 I was honked at, cursed at, passed on the right when someone decided to squeeze through where there wasn't a lane, and also passed on the left when someone else decided the double yellow line didn't mean that much

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Crosswalk
Chris Hondros, Getty Images
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Going 72 Hours By The Book

I'm launching my own personal social experiment. Starting tomorrow morning, for 72 hours I'm going to drive by the book, to the letter of the law.  If the speed limit is 25 mph, I'm doing 25 mph

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Driver-less automobile
David Paul Morris/Getty Images
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Driverless Cars Coming To New Jersey?

I was reading about how Google is behind the development of some very lofty high tech ideas.  One of them is the driver-less car. 

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