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New Jersey’s Best Drive-Thru Haunted Car Wash Will Return This October In Marlboro Township

At this time last year, local businesses were innovative and implementing plans to help surpass COVID-19 restrictions. One of those businesses was BubbleWorks Auto Spa in Morganville. Last October, the night before Halloween, the car wash scared hundreds of people with a haunted car wash. It was something new, safe, and many people in Monmouth County loved the experience.
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Dirt Bikes Crushed On Staten Island As City Continues Crackdown On Illegal Rides

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Dirt bikes were demolished Thursday on Staten Island in an exhibition meant to rid the streets of reckless riding. Mayor Bill de Blasio and leaders from the NYPD and Department of Sanitation were there to watch, CBS2’s Dave Carlin reported. “Let’s crush these things now,” de Blasio said. What were shining dirt bikes and ATVs are now a mess of metal. “These dirt bikes do not belong in New York City. It’s against the law. Period,” said de Blasio. Before the year is over, the city expects to confiscate and crunch as many as 3,000 of them. “We’re doing the most aggressive...

Hopatcong Police PBA 149: Food Truck Fest – Three Bands – Hot Rod Car Show

Yes… It’s true… The Hopatcong Police PBA 149 during the annual Food Truck and Music Fest on September 25th from 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM at Hilltop Fields 32 Lakeside Blvd, Hopatcong, have invited their best friends from across the yellow line, the Cops and Rodders for a best in show of the extreme cars that lay down the rubber around Lake Hopatcong each year.
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New York City Plans Massive EV Charging Network

In a bid to slash carbon emissions, New York City plans to build one of the largest electric vehicle (EV) charging networks in the United States, with tens of thousands of charging ports. EVs are a rarity in the streets of New York, but under the Electrifying New York plan...

Hyundai unit, PowerFleet combine on tracking platform

A Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary has partnered with PowerFleet, the Woodcliff Lake-based provider of Internet of Things solutions, to launch its fleet tracking platform. California-based Hyundai Translead will use PowerFleet’s LV-300 trailer tracking solution to launch HT LinkSense, a platform allowing fleet managers to better monitor the status of trailers and freight, PowerFleet said in a statement.