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How do New Jersey laws protect pedestrians from car accidents?

Perhaps it's our boardwalks and proximity to the seashore, but for whatever reason, New Jersey experiences a disproportionate amount of accidents involving vehicles and pedestrians than the national average. In an effort to counter these often fatal incidents, the Division of Highway Traffic Safety has unveiled a comprehensive strategy focused on education, enforcement and engineering.

Driver fatigue and truck accidents go hand-in-hand

Since the founding of the nation, there is always been a tension between allowing commercial interest to prosper while also ensuring public safety. The modern trucking industry is currently grappling with those same problems. It is estimated that crashes involving semi-trucks kill over 5,000 people and result in nearly 150,000 injuries annually. Despite those grim numbers, our economy depends on commercial tractor-trailers to haul materials to manufacturers and producers and then get those goods to market.

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