Scarlet Letters for Teen Drivers

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    N.J. officials unveil red license decals for young drivers under Kyleigh's Law | - NJ.com

    We will not be complying, until convicted DUI drivers and pedophiles are required to do the same.

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    It's bad enough most small town cops have nothing better to do than chase the kids around, why give them more of a target to do so...?

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    Stupid control freaking law.
     
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    What laws are aimed specifically at younger drivers?
     
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    The law demanding that they have "red reflective decals on their license plates" to identify them.
     
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    I agree with the convicted DUI drivers.

    But remember, driving a car is not a right. The state could just say that no one under 21 can drive. But that would make no sense.

    EDIT: Better yet, the convicted DUI drivers shouldn't be allowed to drive. They knew the rules before they broke them.
     
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    Wow! If you are a new driver, you must give up your 4th Amendment protection against illegal search and seizure? That's not good. Not good at all.
     
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    How about yellow decals for those who don't have healthcare?
     
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    I believe that L plates are required in many jurisdictions, but perhaps NJ law differs in some respects.
     
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    I don't necessarily have a problem with putting some kind of identifying marker on the plates of new drivers, but I have a HUGE problem with giving the police probable cause to stop new drivers, solely because of the identifying marker on their plate. I am amazed that they were able to smuggle that one past the state supreme court.
     
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