Aging Boomer, unplugged 60s guitarist/singer. Unequivocally atheistic.
He thinks he can do this!
@THE WOLF The new national motto will be “FVTVE TE IPSVM ET CABALLVM IN QVO VECTVS EST”
He believes he can do this! :-O
The BQE is also a place to find cars from far away. But they’re filled with people who look like they’d like seen enough of America. ‘Specially the stretch between the Willy B and the new Kosciuzko Bridge (which I haven’t been over yet.)
DC is another prime plate-spotting locale. I’ve never seen an illegal caravan such as you describe. The NJ roads are >ahem< patrolled by zealous law officers, state, county, and municipal. They’d have a field day!
You ‘n’ me both!
The city of Fort Lee, NJ has outlawed texting while walking their streets. I think they were getting tired of scraping people off their pavements.
@ACKI In NJ/NY I have seen plates from all of the States (and D.C.), Puerto Rico, Guatemala, 3 Mexican states (and their D.F.), all ten Canadian provinces (but none of their 3 territories) Argentina, Ireland, and Italy.
The NJ Turnpike, Garden State Pkwy, Long Island Expwy, NY Thruway, and Manhattan’s Tenth Avenue are prime spotting locales; even more so than the area’s airports.
Look out! He’s on the loose!
Guys! It’s just to “get away from it all” for a few hours every week.