A sight we’ve grown familiar with since our parents and maybe our grandparents drove cars will vanish in the coming year.

We’re talking about those square, perforated auto inspection stickers with hole-punch spots marking the month of the inspection, stuck (we all hoped) to the lower left corner of our windshields. They will be replaced by new inspection stickers expected to be put into service by the end of the year in an effort New York State officials hope will enhance the security of our vehicles.

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Jason dee

this does not really seem like a top state priority to me??? thank you new york legislature for addressing citizens real needs....paying more money to the State for a problem that does not exist!

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