Being a driver in New Jersey is a skill. New Jerseyians (well most of us) have a sixth sense when we hit the road. Some areas are better than others. Still, there are treacherous spans of highways that can be downright deadly.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did a fatality analysis report on fatal vehicle crashes in the U.S. from 2016-2019. Using the data from the New Jersey findings and taking into consideration the length of the road is how this rundown was determined.

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