Long-suffering U.S. motorists got an ounce of revenge last week. Accused of
poking along a busy New Jersey highway at 15 to 20 m.p.h., piling up a four-mile
jam of honking cars behind him, William Mantone, 51 and a tile-setter, was
hauled into court, fined $5 for careless driving, plus $3 in court costs.
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