• Petitioned New Jersey Governor

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New Jersey Governor
New Jersey State Senate
New Jersey State House

Petition to Repeal Kyleigh's Law

    1. Petition by

      Tyler Hienkel

      Cape May, NJ

"Kyleigh's Law (S2314) is a motor vehicle law in New Jersey. It requires any driver under age 21, who holds a permit or probationary (formerly provisional) driver license, buy a $4.00 pair of decals and display them on the top left corner of the front and rear license plates of their vehicles. The decals are mandatory as of May 1, 2010." - Wikipedia

Since May 1st, 2010, anyone with a probationary license under the age of 21 has been subject of mass discrimination. Now, thousands of New Jersey teens are labeled due to their age. While many politicians may deny the horrible step back in the civil rights of New Jersey teens, many of whom are over the voting age. 


Anyone, young or old, driver or not, needs to recognize this grave injustice that has taken place and sign this petition to send to Trenton.




Recent signatures


    1. Reached 50 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Dawn Bailey BELLEPLAIN, NJ
      • over 3 years ago

      There is no way in hell I am putting these stickers on my daughter car when she starts driving. She will be too easy a target for Preditors!!

    • Donna Kesling VILNELAND, NJ
      • over 3 years ago

      This would be okay for 17 and under but at 18 they can vote and go to war to fight for their country than they should be alloud to drive without this decal.


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