Texting and driving is both illegal and dangerous, but law enforcement officials say motorists continue to use their hand-held devices behind the wheel. In an effort to crackdown on distracted driving, New Jersey police will be part of a nationwide effort this month to target the offenders.
If you're one of those people who still talks or texts on a hand-held cell phone while driving, you could soon be paying dramatically higher fines, and if you're a repeat offender you could lose your driver's license for 90 days.
The summer vacation season is almost upon us, and that means many families in New Jersey and across the country will be taking road trips. While spending endless hours behind the wheel, many drivers may notice bad or annoying habits among those with whom they are sharing the road.