Slavic_Dusa t1_j9qaua1 wrote

Not that long, up until late 80s and early 90s, that was very Italian neighborhood. And up until 2010s there wasn't as many multifamily homes and townhouses. A lot of those homes were built at the beginning of 20th century.

Now, a lot of single family homes and even parking lots are being turned into massive multifamily homes, townhouses, and McMantions.

I know this area for over 20 years. Overpopulation was never as bad as in the last 5-10 years, and judging by the new construction, it will only get worse.


Slavic_Dusa t1_j5zdmow wrote

You need to get temporary plates in Florida and then drive back. Look into local laws in Florida. It should be a hassle free thing to do.

If you are buying from a dealer, they must give you temp plates and register your car in NJ. No exceptions.

If you are buying from a private person, then you must get temporary plates in Florida on your own.


Slavic_Dusa t1_j4s6g81 wrote

Law is clear what the punishment is for a car theft, and it is not the death penalty.

Law is also clear when you can, and when you can't use deadly force while someone is braking into your property.

If you violate the law, you should face the consequences, especially if you attempt to kill someone.