One of the things we miss out by living in an urban state like New Jersey is learning to appreciate the latest trends of the trailer park set. If we lived in the rural South, we would certainly be familiar with the latest fad to be adopted by pickup trucking gearheads. And that's coal rolling, which is a guranteed way of terrorizing city slickers.
It seems that the New Jersey legislature got wind of this trend and decided to protect the motoring public from pollution-loving yahoos. They passes a new law which makes it illegal to modify a vehicle for coal rolling. It also makes it illegal to coal roll. Since it already is illegal to drive a smoking car, I not sure what this part of the law will accomplish beyond what present laws do. But is nice to know that people won't be able to rig their trucks to spew clouds of black smoke and have them pass inspection in this state.
Governor Christie signed this law so for once he did something I can totally support.