Cycling Law NJ: When It’s OK to Occupy a Lane of Traffic

Did you know: In NJ, if a road has no or very little shoulder a bicyclist may occupy the lane of traffic and automobiles must treat the cyclist like another vehicle. #CyclingLawNJ Bicycling in New Jersey is regulated under Title 39 of the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Regulation laws. N.J.S.A. 39:4-14.1 Rights and Duties of Persons on […]

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TLO Blog

Welcome to the TLO Blog and thank you for visiting. We will be covering hot issues in the areas of law we cover, municipal court, cycling law, personal injury, consumer debt & credit, disability law, family law, and litigation topics.  If you have any suggestions about topics to cover, please leave them in the comments […]

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