Recently, The Port Authority caught a Cliffside Park resident, Alexander Chianurashvili, using a flip-device to cover his license plate when going through toll plazas.

According to NJ.com,

Port Authority spokesman All Della Fave says 29-year-old Alexander Chianurashvili of Cliffside Park was on the George Washington Bridge and headed to New York when Officer Christopher Terranova stopped him around 5:45 p.m. Monday.

Della Fave says Terranova spotted a "flip device" on the motorcycle's back license plate. The device bars cameras from reading the plates as vehicles go through toll plazas.

Deminski & Doyle would like to know from you which fantasy gadget you could have on your car if you had the chance. Some listener suggestions range from highbeams on the back of your vehicle, a button that would let your car fly over rush hour traffic and magnetized marbles that could be dropped out of your trunk to fend off tailgaters.

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