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10 injured, 1 critically, in New Jersey auto accident

Paying attention to everything that is in front of and otherwise within the eyesight of a driver is an important practice to which every New Jersey driver should adhere. Anything that takes a driver's eyes off the road can cause or contribute to an auto accident. Potential distractions include using a mobile phone, eating and even falling asleep while driving.

Teen killed, another injured in New Jersey car accident

One of the dangers of inexperienced drivers is that they do not possess extensive experience on the road and may be prone to losing control of their vehicles, even under normal driving conditions. This is not to say that they are bad drivers, but understandably, they are not among the most seasoned New Jersey motorists. A lack of control behind the wheel, perhaps combined with a bit of overconfidence, could easily contribute to a car accident.

New Jersey car accident: 1 dead, 3 hurt -- DUI the cause?

Drinking and driving do not mix. However, some New Jersey drivers still seem to treat this fact like a suggestion. For some friends on a late night drive, an allegedly bad decision on the part of a driver caused the death of one of the passengers in an unfortunate car accident.

Suspect in fatal hit-and-run car accident captured

One of the main rules of the road is to always look out for others in or near one's lane of travel. This is understandable and something that most New Jersey residents strive to do while on the road. However, not everyone may feel that way. A recent unsolved fatal hit-and-run car accident had police working to piece together clues to help find the person responsible for the death of a Spring Lake man.