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Acting Attorney General John Hoffman: Distracted drivers on the rise in NJ

While the overall number of crashes on New

While the overall number of crashes on New Jersey roads has fallen, the portion attributed to distracted driving has risen. Experts say the biggest offenders are young drivers. (Credit: News 12)

Acting Attorney General John Hoffman says the number of distracted drivers is growing in New Jersey.

While the overall number of crashes on New Jersey roads has fallen, the portion attributed to distracted driving has risen. Experts say the biggest offenders are young drivers.

"Driver distraction is the single biggest contributor to crashes in New Jersey as compared to any other contributing...

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