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New Jersey has a law that allows drivers to unlock their cars at the door without having to use an electronic key or unlock the door.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed the bill into law in March.
The law was written in response to a string of accidents that occurred during New Jersey’s early morning hours.
Some drivers said they felt safer locking their doors and then waiting for help to arrive, even when they knew it was not safe to do so.
The governor signed the law into law on April 25, three days after a driver in North Bergen was killed when she slammed into an oncoming car.
Christie has said that if the driver had been able to get out of the car, she could have prevented the crash.
Christie has said he is also looking at ways to make it easier for people to lock their doors at night.
The New Jersey law has been in place since 2007, when it was passed by the state legislature.
Under the law, drivers are allowed to unlock doors in all directions if they are able to see the passenger inside.
It is not clear whether the driver who was killed was wearing a dashboard camera or other type of safety device, which is required to unlock a vehicle.
The law states that if a driver can see the driver inside the car and is able to unlock the car door, they must unlock it.
The driver was not wearing a dash camera, according to the governor’s office.ABC News’ John Stossel contributed to this report.