About Kyleigh's Law

Kyleigh's Law is a recent piece of legislation, passed unanimously by New Jersey's state legislature, that attempts to address the dangers associated with young and inexperienced motorists. Unfortunately, several of the measures outlined by the law are controversial in nature and run the risk of creating worse problems than those they were designed to address.

Kyleigh's Law establishes the following:

The most controversial of these new policies is the orange hang tag / sticker requirement, which announces to everyone that a young and inexperienced driver is at the wheel of a specific vehicle.

Some of the most obvious concerns:

As with so many of the worst governmental disasters, we have no doubt that the people involved in passing this legislation were well intended and honestly trying to solve real problems. But, in our opinion, it is obvious that these new policies create at least as many problems as they solve.