Interactive map: Where are New Jersey’s jughandles?
Nothing says Jersey like jughandles.
For the record, we're not the only state with such an out-of-the-way way of making turns — they're fairly prevalent in parts of New York, Pennsylvania and plenty of other states. But we might be the most jugghandle-ridden state around — they're called "Jersey lefts" for a reason.
New Jersey 101.5's Kevin McArdle is working on bringing you more about an effort to do away with jughandles in the future. But check out our interactive map below to just where in N.J. jughandles can be found, and tell us in the comments below or on Twitter at @NJ101.5 where your favorite (or least favorite) jughandles are.
Seriously. That would have been a really crowded map.