NJ law states that vehicles must yield to pedestrians that are c
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Wildwood - NJ law states that vehicles must yield to pedestrians that are crossing the street in a marked crosswalk. It does not mean that as a pedestrian you should just walk out into traffic because you are protected by the law that basically will place blame on the driver of the vehicle for your negligence. Whatever happened to "look both ways before you cross the street" or "stop, look and listen?" It is tragic when a pedestrian gets hit by a car, obviously. But this law is not doing what it is intended to do.