Until yesterday, it was actually legal in New Jersey for drivers to keep on moving when a bus or other vehicle was flashing its red lights while picking up or dropping off a developmentally-disabled passenger.
Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs warned residents about the ways they could be cheated or scammed, and they warned merchants not to take advantage of those in need.
Once again, the full New Jersey Assembly approved a measure Thursday that adds new education and practice requirements for applicants and holders of special learner’s permits and examination permits. Beyond its main goal to increase safety on the road, the measure would also increase parents’ involvement in their children’s quest to get behind the wheel.
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