Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday

⬛ Stop the noise - NJ moves to ban boom cars
NJ police could impound and destroy so-called 'boom cars'

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⬛ What is concierge medicine? NJ doctors explain the benefits
According to Dr. Gary Schwartz, who runs a membership-based model in Hackensack, the concept of concierge medicine returns patients to "the way medicine used to be."

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⬛ Winter is coming
Snow is on the way for parts of NJ, but most will see just rain

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⬛ 5 electric/hybrid cars catch fire, closing Route 295 in NJ
Route 295 was closed heading southbound near the Scotch Road exit after five cars on board a car carrier caught fire.

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⬛ South Amboy fire burns through vehicles in same parking lot
The South Amboy blaze on Monday morning was within a parking lot on Lower Main Street, according to firefighters.

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