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NASCAR Inspires New Jersey To Identify Teen Drivers with New ‘Rookie Stripe’

In NASCAR, rookie drivers are designated with a yellow stripe on their back bumpers, serving to warn the other drivers on the track that this is a "new" driver.  This rookie driver designation has now come to New Jersey, which just passed a new state law putting red decals on license plates of teen drivers. The red reflective decals will be required for all "new" teen drivers in New Jersey as of May 1st.  State officials said this is the first law of its kind, designating "rookie" drivers in an effort to warn other drivers.  The new law also assists the police in enforcing curfews and other requirements of the graduated teen license. Sadly, the law is called "Kyleigh's Law" in honor of Kyleigh D'Alessio, a 16-year-old from Lo...

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