New Jersey officials decided to require drivers under the age of 21 to affix red stickers on their front and rear license plates.
This law comes after a teenage driver, by the name of Kyleigh, was killed by another teenage driver while operating a motor vehicle.
The law states that the red sticker needs to placed in the upper left hand corner of the license plate while the teenage driver is driving.
The red sticker can be removed when an older person is driving and can also be transferred if the teenage driver is given the option of driving a different car.
Of course, who’s to say that anyone will even remember to remove or affix the red sticker when they are supposed to?