NY got an advocate to represent drivers with toll problems. Does NJ need one? (NMA Mention)

Cases are also referred to the center from other government agencies, including consumer affairs, the department of transportation and legislators‘ offices, he said.

An advocate for drivers would be helpful, said Steve Carrellas, National Motorist’s Association state policy director. It could also go a step further, representing drivers’ interests when tolls or other fees are increased.