Thursday, November 06, 2014
NJ teen driver decal cutting accidents
In May 2010, Kyleigh's Law was implemented--all youths 16 to 20 holding a learner's permit or intermediate license had to display the decal on the front and back license plates.
The decals were meant to be seen by police so the officers could enforce teen requirements. In the first year, there was a 14% jump in citations.
New Jersey already had a low teen crash rate but managed to lower it more. Experts recommend all states enact a decal requirement and raise the age to 21.
Does your state have this?