New Jersey drivers may wish to be aware of a new recall by a major international auto manufacturer. This recall, which could increase the risk of an accident, comes on the heels of another by the same car maker.
A vehicle accident in Toms River involving two teens resulted in the death of one and serious injuries for the other. The car accident only involved one vehicle, and it occurred in the early morning hours of Feb. 8.
New Jersey drivers may wish to know about the latest auto recall affecting thousands of cars in the U.S. and around the world. The issue with the car affects its acceleration, which could be extremely dangerous while driving.
Two people and the driver of a car that penetrated the front of a supermarket in New Jersey, lodging itself between the self-check aisle and cashier's station, were injured Jan. 24. The accident occurred at approximately 2 p.m in the 400 block of Lyons Avenue in Irvington. According to an official representative, the reason the black sedan crashed into the Pathmark remains unclear, and an investigation is ongoing.