New Jersey Contemplates First-Ever Pet Seatbelt Law
Dogs and cats are being thrust into the distracted-driving discussion; fines for unrestrained animals would be $250 to $1,000.
And what would have happened to me, if my dog had been restrained, when 2 men tried to get in my van, at 2:30pm?
Ok, I deserved the negative replies, did not explain the situation. I placed my packages in the back of my van, closed the doors, and walked around to open my door, was almost in, when the side door was jerked open, Mags met this person,and when he turned, she then jumped over me to challange his cohart who was at my door. And yes she did get hugs. The firsr thing I do now,when I unlock my vehicle, open the door, I hit the lock button. I suppose I could figure something that would restrain her, but also allow her acsess to all points of entry. And by the way my dog weighs 85 lbs. and does not sit in my lap!!!!!
I AM A NJ RESIDENT. THIS IS ANOTHER IN A LONG LINE OF ASSININE LAWS. THE STATE ABOUNDS WITH THEM. WHAT ABOUT THE KYLIE'S LAW RED STICKER O NTHE LICENSE PLATE OF YOUNG DRIVERS, FOR ONE? WHEN WILL THE GOVERNMENT GET OFF OUR BACK AND STOP PASSING ALL THESE FEEL GOOD LAWS THAT ARE SOME PARENT'S (ANIMAL OR OTHER) CAUSE DE JOUR?
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