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Coyote Ugly - Time Issue
As Violet is driving to her big show at the end of the movie, she drives about 50-100 feet past the tolls and then turns around rather violently.
She then starts heading back towards the tolls for a VERY LONG period of time. Enough time.... for her to have gone crashing through the tolls and back to Jersey. The three members of the cast in the car had an entire conversation in the time she had been driving towards the tolls, and then she still had enough time and enough room to whip the car around AGAIN and head back towards New York.
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Anonymous on 03-16-2001
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Coyote2b writes:
Yea but you don't know how fast she was going now do you? She drove past the tolls the first time the same about of time as she drove back. But the thing is, how fast was she going?
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mike writes:
I'm also from NJ. The rule is that you have to pay to leave the state. (who want's to pay to enter New Jersey?) This is for most of the major bridges.
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ETrain59 writes:
Many tolls between New York and New Jersey are roads which you only have to pay a toll one way, and not going back.
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ETrain59 writes:
Most toll roads between New York and New Jersey are only tolls you have to pay one way, and not on the way back. Therefore it makes perfect sense that she would not have to stop at the toll when she turned around
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mmcwillind writes:
OK, I'm from New Jersey, and no, there are almost no toll roads that are only one way, but this U-turn is virtually impossible because there is usually a divider between the toll roads (if you are on the toll road going north, there is a HUGE median blocking the toll road going south)
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