NJ 39:4-66.1. Failure to yield to pedestrians or vehicles while entering or leaving highway.

Defending NJ 39:4-66.1.  Failure to yield to pedestrians or vehicles while entering or leaving highway.

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NJ Statute: 39:4-66.1.  Right of way on entering or leaving alley, driveway, garage, or private road or driveway.

When the driver of a vehicle, about to enter an alley, driveway, garage, or private road or driveway from a highway, shall find it necessary to drive upon the sidewalk, he first shall yield the right of way to all pedestrians on the sidewalk, if the pedestrians are so close as to constitute an immediate hazard.

L.1951,c.23,s.48; amended 1989,c.147,s.2.

AKA: NJ Criminal Charge 39:4-66.1, Violation 39:4-66.1, Offense 39:4-66.1

Disclaimer: A copy of this statute has been provided for your information. This wording was current from the NJ website lis.njleg.state.nj.us as of August 2012.

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