N.J. Ranks Among Top States For Roadway Safety Laws

comprehensive driving signsNew Jersey ranks among states with the most comprehensive roadway safety laws, according to a report released today by the Emergency Nurses Association. The Garden State ties for third place, along with eight other states, achieving a 12 out of a possible 14 on the organization’s scorecard.

The organization scores the states based on whether they meet 14 qualifications, including state trauma system; primary seat-belt law; universal motorcycle helmet; booster seat; child safety until age 16; graduated drivers license passenger and nighttime driving restrictions and texting while driving provisions.

New Jersey met all of these except supervised driving for graduated drivers’ license holders going 30-50 mph, and an all-positions seat-belt law. Full story in Star Ledger.

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