The research says that the roads and bridges that are deficient, congested and lack desirable safety features cost drivers a total of $11.8 billion annually.
Traffic laws vary by state but, in virtually every state it is the law that pedestrians have the right of way at a crosswalk.
In less than a week millions of people will be hitting the road to celebrate Thanksgiving. Many could be driving on tires that put them at risk. How was your last flat tire fixed? As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, a faulty repair could change a life forever.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, up to five percent of all traffic fatalities and injuries are the result of road rage.
At midnight Friday, red light cameras click on at three of the town’s busiest, and, according to police, most dangerous intersections.
It seems every time you turn around there is an announcement of another auto recall. Roughly one out of every 10 cars and trucks on the road has been recalled this year.
NJDOT will be reopening all travel lanes on the Route 70 westbound bridge over Route 38 in Pennsauken. An interim ramp connecting northbound Route 42 to 295 that was delayed due to weather is also scheduled to open this weekend.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving refers to this night as “Blackout Wednesday” noting this day marks the beginning of a spike in binge drinking and drunk driving during the holidays.
In the wake of Jimmie Johnson securing his 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, Donovan McNabb expressed his belief that NASCAR drivers are not true athletes. Is he out of line, or is this type of racing in no way a sport?
In virtually every state, it is the law that pedestrians have the right of way at a crosswalk, so motorists and bicyclists have to yield to pedestrians.
Now, you could be fined up to $300 for failing to move over and keep right under a bill passed by the NJ State Legislature.
Motorists who can’t put down their cellphones might face tougher penalties in New Jersey.
Attention Philadelphia drivers: according to an annual report, you are among the worst group of drivers in the country.
Gov. Chris Christie signed a law Friday that can get aggressive drivers up to five years in prison if their behavior behind the wheel causes a serious injury.
New Jersey drivers and passengers are buckling up more than ever before. State Attorney General Paula Dow says 94.5 percent of people riding in the front seat were found to be wearing their seatbelts.