Guess the old saying is true that you really do learn something new every day. And for New Jersey drivers, this one might be an eye-opener.

Before we take a closer look, let's first point out that this isn't a knock on Pennsylvania drivers whatsoever. Much like our New York neighbors to the north, Pennsylvania drivers are also found quite frequently on New Jersey's roadways.

And drivers from all three states have their issues that make the rest of us look bad. Yes, drivers from all three states aren't perfect.

One example for both New York and New Jersey is some of us may come across as aggressive drivers. We tend to move quickly and don't have time to deal with anything getting in our way.

That's just one example of how some drivers might operate on the roads. In terms of rules, all three states also have their own set of laws for our state's highways.

And some of those laws and rules across the area are very similar. But when it comes to PA, one big rule, in particular, is almost identical to a law we have in New Jersey.

Even crazier is that most in New Jersey probably didn't even know this was a thing. Hence the phrase that we learn something new every day.

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For New Jersey drivers, this one might be an eye-opener.

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Plus a bonus 11th highway that's technically split into two. Data compiled from multiple sources including Business Insider, A-Z Animals, E-Z Freight Factoring, and Stacker.

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 Sunday morning host Mike Brant. Any opinions expressed are his own.

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