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Understanding the NY Traffic Point System
Understanding the NY Traffic Point System

In most circumstances, points are good things; they can signify achievements, help you win games, or let you purchase products from your favorite companies. However, when it comes to New York’s point system, there is nothing good about getting a high score. Therefore, Gannes ...

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