Elizabeth, New Jersey Speed Traps
Aug. 28 2013 10:50am
East Westfield Avenue Elizabeth, NJ a two lane street they have a parked stationary police vehicle with lights on. As cars approach the cars in the right lane are pulled over and ticketed and given a ticket and a brochure about New Jersey’s Move Over Law. I got caught and at least 30 other vehicles were caught in the five minutes I was waiting for my ticket. I returned going West 15 minutes later and they had packed up because they reached their quota.
It must be a good money maker.
The punishment for violating NJ’s Move Over Law is a fine up to $500 ($100 – $500) and two points on your driving record.
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The speed limit is 40MPH, cops sits in the car right on the auxiliary lane at the middle of the bridge. Radar picks you then he radio in your info. to 7 other police cars and at the botton of the hill these police cars are meets you. Its like a gold mine for the union county and the city, since nobody obey the speed on such a big highway where nobody think the speed limit is so low. The bridge have turned into a gold mine for union county and the city of elizabeth, tickets are issue in a hurry because they get too many drivers.
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