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How One Woman Got Caught Up in a Craigslist Car Scam
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A New Jersey woman contacted the police after she lost hundreds of dollars in an elaborate car-selling ruse.
 
Advocates Want Driver's LIcenses For Undocumented NJ Residents
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Advocates are urging New Jersey to follow the lead of 11 other states and grant driving privileges to undocumented residents. Udi Ofer, the executive director of the Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, says the right to drive a car should not be conditioned on immigration status.
 
New Study Reveals Extensive Road Rage And Dangerous Behaviors On New Jersey Roadways
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RED BANK, N.J., Sept. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Plymouth Rock Assurance has published the results of a new study revealing that virtually all drivers polled have witnessed provocative driving behavior or road rage in New Jersey. Behaviors reported include unsafe and aggressive driving sometimes even leading to a physical altercation. The study is the latest examination of behavior on roads in the ...
 
The Financial Considerations of Buying Your Teenager a Car
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Check out the usual places like car dealerships, but don't forget to go off the beaten path. For instance, Juda Engelmayer, an executive who works in New York City but lives in Bergen County, New Jersey, bought a car for his two daughters in an online auction in February 2013. "When I was a teenager, my cars were always in the shop, breaking down on the highway," Engelmayer says.
 
Idaho drivers are even ruder than New Yorkers: survey
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The folksy state Idaho outranked New York on a list of the country’s rudest drivers — though laid back Californians think New Yorkers are the worst, a new study claims....
 
Rudest Drivers are from Idaho, Washington, D.C., and New York, Says Insure.com Survey
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A new survey reveals contempt among states for others’ driving habits. (PRWeb September 15, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/09/prweb12167326.htm
 
N.J. woman with three jobs eulogized as face of low-wage worker
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By Barbara Goldberg NEWARK N.J. (Reuters) - Maria Fernandes, a New Jersey woman with three part-time jobs who died while sleeping in her car between shifts, was remembered on Friday as much for her generosity as for becoming the face of millions of struggling U.S. Fernandes, 32, died while napping in a parking lot in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on Aug. 25. She was apparently overcome by fumes from a ...
 
Rex Gilligan: Elect those who care about all people, not just rich
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Dear Editor: Maria Fernandes of New Jersey was just 32 years old when she died of fumes in her car in a parking lot. A minimum wage employee, Maria held down three jobs. According to the manag…
 
Bloomfield stop in victim's car leads to fraud, theft plea
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According to authorities, a Bloomfield traffic stop led to an investigation that Gilbert Vaughn, 64, of East Orange, coerced his dementia-stricken neighbor into withdrawing $50,000 from account.
 
27 Arrested in Pennsylvania’s Statewide Insurance Fraud Sweep
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Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced this week the arrest of 27 individuals across the state for a variety of unrelated insurance fraud offenses. The recent sweep was the result of investigations by the Office of Attorney General’s Insurance … The article 27 Arrested in Pennsylvania’s Statewide Insurance Fraud Sweep appeared first on Insurance Journal .