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angry driver
flickr user, ImNotQuiteJack
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The Best Driver In The World: Me

You know that I'm not the best driver in the world. And you know that because you are the best driver in the world. And the guy in the car next to you knows you're not the world's best driver, because he is. Welcome to New Jersey.

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Who Are the Angrier Drivers, Men or Women? [POLL]

I recently heard some people talking about a survey that said women have more road rage than men. I consider road rage to be acting out on the anger you have when driving. I'm not sure if that's everyone's definition of it, but it seems to make sense to me. Based on my definition, I have observed way more men than women with road rage.

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I'm sorry!
Lou Russo, Townsquare Media
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New Jersey Drivers: How Do You Say “I’m Sorry”? [Jersey's Point of Lou]

It happens to the best of us. You're driving along, minding your own business and you go to change lanes and you cut somebody off. You didn't even see them, but it's still your fault. So, how do you say "I'm sorry"

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parking lot
flickr user, paulswansen
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What Happens To Us In Parking Lots? Do We Lose Our Minds?

I have seen some bad driving. I live in New Jersey. Of course I've seen bad driving. But there is no bad driving quite like the bad driving that happens in a supermarket parking lot.

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Doug Kerr, Flickr
Doug Kerr, Flickr
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How Fast Are We Really Driving In New Jersey? [POLL]

I was reading about how a stretch of road in Texas will soon have a speed limit of 85, and that got me thinking about the Garden State Parkway. Maybe you're thinking, "85? I see somebody doing that every day."

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flickr user, svadifari
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Time To Keep An Eye Out For School Buses

It's that time of year. The school buses have hit the road and it's time to help keep the kids safe with extra awareness and some patience.

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crowded beach
flickr user, martin varsavsky
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A Great Jersey Shore Summer! My Open Letter To Tourists

It seems to have been a good summer here at the Jersey shore. Icertainly hope so for all the local business owners and retailers. If it was a good summer, we owe a lot of it to the tourists, so thank you tourists! But...

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speeding car
flickr user, LifeSupercharger
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The Speed Limit And The Limit Of Our Patience [Jersey's Point of Lou]

We all know driving in New Jersey can be an adventure anytime, anyday, but have you ever seen the reaction of some Garden State drivers when someone near them tries to actually keep it to the speed limit?

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angry driver
flickr user ImNotQuiteJack
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Who’s The Most Annoying Driver On The Jersey Shore’s Roads?

One thing we can all agree on is that there are a lot of things we see on New Jersey's roads that annoy us. Lots and lots of things. It's amazing the moves some people make on the roads. But who's the worst kind of driver. Let's look at some bad driver habits.

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driving
flickr user PhotoDu.de
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Study Shows What New Jersey Drivers Probably Already Knew

According to a report in the American Journal Of Preventive Medicine, as reported by news-medical.net, commuting more than 10 miles was associated with high blood pressure. Those who travel 15 miles or more had a higher likelihood of obesity.

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Ralph Orlowski, Getty Images
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Do New Jersey Drivers Really Deserve The Reputation?

When you think about driving in New Jersey, you expect rudeness (even though we didn't make this list at travelandleisure.com). I was on my 12th jughandle of the day the other day, Route 35 to be exact, and it was packed. All the ingredients to get into one of those bad "I'm driving in NJ" moods, and then it happened. Someone...maybe you should sit down....let me in! I was so shocked I almost didn't go, like it was a trick or something. I squinted suspiciously and hesitantly went, waving  'thank you' cautiously to the driver who was just trying to be a nice guy.

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