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NJ Drivers Beware!!!


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my step father is the CTO of philadelphia, and he has sent me this

e-mail from his sources.... the mayor!!

 

 

STATE POLICE - NJ TICKETING

 

Here's the latest NJ State Police Initiative (Radio Station 101.5 FM

confirmed this info).

 

Starting today, New Jersey will launch a 30-day speeding ticket

frenzy. The state estimates that 9 million dollars will be generated

in speeding tickets. One million dollars will go to pay state troopers

over-time.

 

There will be 50 state troopers on duty at all times patrolling the 9

main intersections and highways as follows:

 

I-295 North and South,

I-95 Jersey Turnpike North and South

I-80 East and West

I-287 North and South

I-78 East and West

I-195 East and West

I-280 East and West

Route 130 - North and South

Garden State Parkway - North and South

 

5 MPH above the limit can justify a ticket and every state trooper is

supposed to pull a car over and write a ticket every 10 to 20 minutes.

 

They have issued 30 brand new unmarked Crown Victoria cruisers and are

bringing in all of their part-timers on full time. If you work in NJ,

NY, DE or CT, you will probably be on one of these highways. So,

please be on guard and drive safely!

 

Starting August 15, the price of a violation to show your driver's

license, registration or insurance card at the time you are stopped,

increased from $44.00 to $173.00. (Keep these documents in your car).

And the fine for not having all three documents is $519.00!

 

The fine for hand-held cell phone use while driving will be going up

to $180.00.

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just drive 1 under....and you might be safe.

 

NJ cops are pricks. my brother and i got a parking ticket there and when we came back there was still 2 minutes on the meter and the copper wrote the ticket 6 minutes before so there was still 8 minutes on the clock when he wrote it.

 

he just wrote us a ticket because we were out of state and he knew we wouldnt drive back 6 hours in two months to fight a ticket

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just drive 1 under....and you might be safe.

 

NJ cops are pricks. my brother and i got a parking ticket there and when we came back there was still 2 minutes on the meter and the copper wrote the ticket 6 minutes before so there was still 8 minutes on the clock when he wrote it.

 

he just wrote us a ticket because we were out of state and he knew we wouldnt drive back 6 hours in two months to fight a ticket

 

I'd fight it and try to get his badge revoked... or something like that. I don't take kindly to people who do stuff like that.

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yeah we drove around and found the guy writing tickets (the tickets sheet was in his back pocket). so we asked him, "do you know who is writing parking tickets tonight" and he responded clueless.

 

this is also the same place where the cops were found guilty of having a competition for who could write the most tickets and the winner would receive this really expensive bottle of champagne

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Increased fines for infractions IS a tax. Just a different name is all.

 

But it only affects speeders... For the most part. Yes, some innocents will get caught in the drag-net, but for the most part us law-abiding folk aren't affected. And if we are, we can fight back.

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