Speeding Tickets In New Jersey With A Dose Of Humor!
Ah, New Jersey – the land of Bruce Springsteen, the Jersey Shore, and, of course, speeding tickets. If you’ve ever driven through the Garden State, you know that the state troopers take their job very seriously. In fact, we’re pretty sure they’re trained to be part cop, part cheetah, because they can catch up to you faster than you can say “exit 13A.”
And it’s not just the state troopers you have to worry about – every town seems to have its own police department, each one more eager than the last to hand out tickets like they’re going out of style. We’ve heard rumors of officers lurking behind trees, hiding in bushes, and even donning fake mustaches to catch unsuspecting speeders.
But here’s the thing: if you’re going to speed in New Jersey, you better be prepared to pay the price. And we don’t just mean a simple fine. No, no, no. The Garden State takes speeding very seriously, so you can expect to be hit with a hefty fine, points on your license, and possibly even community service or a stint in traffic school.
And let’s not forget about the tolls. If you’re driving on the Garden State Parkway or the New Jersey Turnpike, you’ll need to have a pocketful of change (or an EZ-Pass) at the ready. And if you’re in a rush and blow through a toll booth without paying, you can bet your sweet bippy that the state troopers will be on your tail faster than you can say “Pork Roll.”
So, the next time you find yourself driving through New Jersey, remember to keep it slow and steady. And if you do get pulled over, just smile and nod and hand over your license and registration like a good little driver. Trust us, it’s not worth the hassle to try and argue your way out of a ticket in the Garden State.
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