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Slow Speeds Charged For Blocking Traffic

05
Apr
2010

by in DWI Defense

In New Jersey, not only are there harsh penalties for speeding, but also for driving too slow. It is illegal to drive a motor vehicle at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic except when reduced speed is necessary for safe operation or in “compliance with law.”

A violation of this statute carries 2 motor vehicle and insurance eligibility points. There is also a fine of $50-$200, or 15 days jail (unlikely to be imposed), or both. For a third or subsequent conviction, the MVC will assess 4 penalty points.

If you have been charged with a moving violation in New Jersey, attorney Anthony J. Vecchio can help, contact him today.

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