New Jersey Supreme Court Upholds ‘Kyleigh’s Law’; Deputy Speaker John S. Wisniewski ‘Gratified’

Young drivers will still be required to affix a red decal to their car’s license plates, the Supreme Court ruled today, saying it is not an invasion of their privacy and does not make them more vulnerable to predators.

“I am gratified by today’s New Jersey Supreme Court ruling upholding the requirements of Kyleigh’s law and my work to improve the safety of our state’s teenaged drivers” Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D–19) said followinf the ruling. “Too many lives have been tragically affected by car accidents caused by young drivers. Kyleigh’s law helps protect teen drivers by ensuring that the rules of New Jersey’s Graduated Driver’s License are followed and that teens are well prepared for the responsibilities of a full driver’s license”, Wisniewski said. TLS.

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  1. give me a break with this predator theory. whats stopping predators from camping outside of a chuck e cheese? or a school? or a park? what a ridiculous argument.

  2. wow… i am a teenage driver myself and i would be pretty scared to drive around with that….

    when is this actually going into effect??

  3. The Red Velcrow went into effect i like to say 2 years ago and its a shame when you see a car full of kids under 18 driving i thought the law state’s 1 family member and 1 none family member i think the Police should start pulling over more of these kids because it doesn’ t matter to them.

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