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Category Archives: Traffic Violations

What is Considered a Traffic Violation in NJ?

New Jersey considers any action that goes against state laws while operating a vehicle to be considered a traffic violation. Traffic violations are issued by local city and county officers to offenders. These are a few of the most common types of the traffic violations that you might face when in New Jersey. Speeding/Careless and…[..]

Ford’s Plans for Future Autonomous Police Vehicles

Incredibly, Ford has made headlines by recently pursuing a patent for a completely autonomous police vehicle. This cop car is capable of determining when another vehicle has violated a traffic law. From there, the car can either take action itself or work in partnership with the human officer to deliver a citation. When the autonomous…[..]

Proposed Traffic Law Targets Distracted Drivers in New Jersey

A new traffic law in New Jersey could make it illegal for anyone to eat, drink, use electronic devices, or do just about anything else that would distract them while they are behind the wheel of a car. The bill, authored by Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski and Nicholas Chiaravalloti, was prompted by a number of…[..]

Gloucester Township NJ Police Cracking Down on Drunk Driving

Gloucester Township NJ police are making a real effort to crack down on drunk drivers this summer. Over a single week in July, Gloucester Township patrol cops actually busted three people who were allegedly Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). According to law enforcement, the arrests were made between July 14 and July 17. Different Gloucester Township…[..]

New Law Could Make It Illegal to “Walk and Text” in New Jersey

People who walk and text in New Jersey could soon find themselves with lighter wallets. That’s because NJ lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it illegal for pedestrians to use their cellphones while walking on sidewalks. New Jersey Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt, who represents Camden, NJ, recently proposed a bill that would ban pedestrians from…[..]

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