Dennis & Judi were discussing road rage and driving habits the other day on the air. With that said, a caller e-mailed a reply to Dennis & Judi about left-lane drivers, and Dennis was not happy about what he had to say.
Jim was discussing the signs that different towns have set up, as pictured above, that warn against either drinking and driving or texting. While these are nice reminders, Jim points out there should be another sign for drivers to pay attention to...
At least one NJ politician agrees with Jim that we need to do more to combat those dreaded "left-lane-laggers" that get into the left lane on NJ's roads and slow traffic down to a crawl behind them.
Legislation that will strengthen penalties for motorists who fail to keep right except when passing has gotten approval in both the State Senate and the General Assembly. It is on Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.
The bill raises the fine from a range of $50 - $200 to a range of $100 - $300. The measure is sponsored by Sen. Donald Norcross and Assemblyman “Whip” Wilson.