NEW YORK (WPIX)—Teenage drivers in New Jersey have no choice but to be loud and proud.
A judge upheld a new law Friday that requires drivers younger than 21 to display decals on their vehicle license plates indicating they are a new driver.
But, Brennan said that "operating a motor vehicle is not a right, it's a privilege subject to state regulations."
The measure has been nicknamed "Kyleigh's Law," for Kyleigh D'Alessio of Long Valley, a 16-year-old honor student killed in a December 2006 crash.
The law takes effect May 1st.