HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Flags waving, horns honking, lights flashing, Trump supporters passed through the township Sunday afternoon on Route 206, following the state highway north through Somerville and into Bridgewater on their to a rally in Bedminister in support of the president's reelection.

Hundreds of pick-up trucks, SUVs, recreational vehicles, tractor trailers, convertibles, passenger cars and motorcycles flying the American flag and Trump flags, some decorated in red, white and blue banners, participated according to the sponsors, Somerset County for Trump.

Vehicles heading south on Route 206 honked their horns and waved to the rally participants

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The Trump Truck Rally convoy pre-staged at the Liberty Corner shopping center parking lot in Flemington beginning at 10 a.m., and headed out on Route 31 at 11:30 a.m., driving through Hunterdon County and linking up with Route 206 before heading north into Princeton and Montgomery Township before entering Hillsborough.

As the moving rally continued to head north, traffic lights and other vehicles entering Route 206 from shopping centers and side street broke up the Trump vehicles, so that by the time they reached Hillsborough, they were stretched out in smaller, intermittent packs.

Participants were headed to a site near the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster on Lamington Road for a rally.