It's no secret that texting and talking while driving is dangerous, but a new Plymouth Rock Assurance survey finds that many drivers in New Jersey admit to shaving, applying makeup and brushing or combing their hair while behind the wheel.
Here's the last thing you'll wanna read about while we're smack-dab in the middle of summer: New Jersey's beaches continue to slip when it comes to the water quality, according to a recent report from the National Resources Defense Council.
If you're one of those people who is still talking and/or texting on your hand-held cell phone while driving, you could soon be paying dramatically higher fines and you might lose your driver's license for a while too.
New Jersey's feral cat population is at an all-time high, but one group could hold the keys to the solution but many communities are choosing to ignore the idea and are opting for more unconventional methods.
When a school bus pulls off to the side of the road, flashes its lights and a stop sign pops out, most New Jersey drivers obey the law and come to a complete stop, but a small number of motorists ignore the warning, swerve around the bus and continue down the road.