NEW GDL CHANGES COULD BE REVIEWED FOR FUTURE CHANGE

150px-NJOAG_svgLegislation to examine the recent changes to New Jersey’s graduated license program — including the controversial teen driver decal requirement — was released Thursday 11 to 1 by the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee.
Under the bill (A-2740), the state Office of the Attorney General would be required to spend the next year reviewing the changes made to New Jersey’s graduated license program — including the new license decal program for teen drivers and the curfew change for drivers from midnight to 11 p.m. — and then issue a report to the Legislature on the findings. The measure now heads to the Assembly Speaker, who decides if and when to post it for a floor vote.

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