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Auto Insurance in New Jersey City
New Jersey City, New Jersey is on the cusp of New York City and a large proportion of residents tend to commute into the big city for work. This has two effects, one that almost half of all residents in the state do not even own cars, and the other is that everyone is in a hurry to get someplace. Finding the cheapest auto insurance in New Jersey City, New Jersey is possible if you follow the advice given below. New Jersey’s High Rates High auto insurance rates have beenRead More
Ford Fusion
It has been quite a week at the Ford Motor Co. In the last seven days, the automaker has added more than 700,000 vehicles to its ongoing door latch recall, while opening new probes into three other problems. The latter three campaigns brought the total number of vehicles recalled by the number two domestic automaker to nearly 1.3 million. Interestingly, the increased recall action occurred during the week that National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Administrator Mark Rosekind was in Detroit meeting with automakers and touring facilities. Rosekind flew toRead More

Posted On September 11, 2014By adminIn What's the news?

It’s an easy mistake to make

There are times when you read the report of an accident, mentally replay the sequence of events in your mind’s eye, and sympathize with the driver. This was one of those accidents waiting to happen, and the driver was unlucky enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unfortunately, this accident in New Jersey does not fall into that category. Here we have a man entering a parking lot outside the Hudson Mall. People in their own vehicles and on foot reported the driver as looking confused.Read More
Jennifer Sahoye has become the wrong type of role model. Finally losing patience with drivers who insist on texting while driving, the prosecuting authorities have decided to get tough. Ms Sahoye is the first person in Essex County to be charged with vehicular homicide. She was driving in the express lane of Route 1 in Newark when she suddenly veered across the local lanes and crashed into a pickup truck, knocking it on to its side. The driver of the truck was thrown free and died when he hit theRead More
America has a real problem when it comes to dealing with people who have mental health problems. There’s resistance to reporting those who are acting strangely. When families, friends, schools and workplaces should be actively monitoring for symptoms, everyone decides it’s not their business. This is an example of what’s wrong with this approach. Srijan Saha was fifteen-years-old from New Jersey. He had his driver’s license. After writing a suicide note on his arm, he got in his parents’ car, a 1995 Honda Civic. He kept going to build upRead More