Humorous TikTok Video About Driving in New Jersey
Driving in New Jersey is not easy, but you already knew it. One TikTok user feels all of our pain and somehow made the most perfect video that sums up driving here in the Garden State.
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There are so many things to consider when driving a car in New Jersey. First, there are people who hang around in the left lane and don’t use them to overtake. Sometimes people forget to use their blinkers all the way. And then there are the tail flaps that cause problems!
But this TikTok from a user named mothpod isn’t talking about any of those bad drivers (and to be honest, we could probably do a lot more videos about them). It’s actually not a very long video, and yet it says so much.
The video below shows us all when we have to go somewhere and there is inevitably that one driver (or driver) who isn’t going fast enough. I don’t want to promote unsafe driving so I’m just saying that it is frustrating when drivers don’t keep up with the flow of traffic. I’ll let you judge for yourself if that means what this video says.
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