What problem does it solve? Learning and practicing driving on New Jersey roads can be challenging due to its high traffic volume and fast-paced, "got-to-get-there" driver attitude. New drivers are often subjected to horn honking, tailgating, and other forms of aggressive driving and road rage due to their inexperience. Learning to drive is a stressful process under normal conditions. When added pressure is placed on new drivers through aggressive driving it becomes more hazardous. What is your solution and who does it apply to? One aid in easing this problem would be a mandatory "Student Driver" magnet placed on the personal vehicle being used for driving practice. Typically, experienced drivers would be more patient when they are aware that the slow, unsteady driver is a learner. What is the anticipated impact? The use of "Student Driver" vehicle magnets may reduce the instances of aggressive driving experienced by learners and provide them with a less stressful learning experience.
Is this for people on a permit or brand new drivers with a license? There was a student sticker of some sort that was supposed to be on the license plate I believe a few years ago, public complained because they became a target of crime. Unless that was related to age. One of the best ways to learn is to be thrown into the mix.
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