There is good news about New Jersey’s latest efforts to keep its young drivers safe on the roads.
The controversial law known as “Kyleigh’s Law” was upheld Monday by the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Teen drivers could soon face tougher requirements in the Garden State. The state Legislature has passed a new bill that would require young drivers to log more hours on the road.
NEW JERSEY (WCBS 880) – A New Jersey state senator is gathering support for the repeal of a teenage driver safety law. State Sen. Tom Goodwin said that Kyleigh’s Law, which was passed this past […]
The New Jersey Senate on Monday will consider a bill that would re-examine a law that requires young motorists to display decals on their license plates.
MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS 2) — Teenagers rallied in New Jersey on Thursday against a new law they say puts their lives in danger, CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu reports. “No target, no stickers!” came the chants. High […]