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New Jersey Ushers in a Flurry of New Sticker Laws for Dangerous Drivers

It started with Kyleigh’s Law, but then the funds prompted even more fun and public awareness of potential road hazards

New Jersey has rolled out various “red stickers” to be placed on license plates to allow drivers and pedestrians of potential dangers. Four red stickers cost $4. Image by the author: Canva, Pixlr, Photoshop. Link. Link. Link. Link. Link. Link.

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Walter Bowne

Walter Bowne

This poet-angel-hipster dude from Jersey writes satire, humor, fiction, poetry, essays on music, travel, gardening, and his belly button. He’s a trophy husband.