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Stuck in traffic, alone in the car, and you’ve got to get to work soon. Will you pay to move into the High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lane? Here is how it works: Traditionally reserved for High Occupancy Vehicles, the HOV lane has been the exclusive...
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