In his new book, “Traffic: Why We Drive The Way We Do” author Tom Vanderbilt spent years researching the driving habits of motorists and arrives at some surprising conclusions. Studies show that using both lanes as long as possible makes merging traffic move faster. While men have less accidents than women, accidents involving men are more often fatal. Cruising for a real close parking spot at the shopping center usually takes more time than taking the first available spot (albeit farther way) and walking. If you idling for more than six seconds, you are wasting gas and should turn off the engine.
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Matthew J. Weiss, Esq. graduated Hofstra Law School in 1984. He was Law Review and won the law school’s prestigious Procedure Award. Upon graduation, he became one of the first Hofstra Law School graduates to work at the New York State Court of Appeals (New York State’s highest court) working on various appellate matters.
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