MOTORISTS BETTER YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS, OR IT WILL COST YOU

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgA state-wide effort to crackdown on drivers who do not yield to pedestrians is beginning again. The Division of Highway Safety made the announcement that the program that was begun last year is going to happen again. Those violating the law can receive up to $200 in fines, court costs, and two points on their license. Police officers will be posing as pedestrians and if a motorists does not yield, they can be ticketed.

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