Court Upholds Law Requiring Decals for Youthful Drivers

, New Jersey Law Journal


Unless New Jersey lawmakers decide otherwise, drivers under age 21 will continue to have to display little red decals on their license plates if they want to remain street legal.

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  • Marc Rogoff

    Let's hope the Legislature repeals this law. One instance involving a predator or fake police is one too many. Shall we wait until someone is harmed or act now before its too late. This is a bad law that permits our youth to be targets.

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