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Analysis posted Jun 08 2012, 11:41 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

'Click It Or Ticket' Now Applies To Your Cats & Dogs, NJ Residents Face $1,000 Tickets If Pets Not Locked In Harness

Chris | InformationLiberation

Revenue extraction has reached a new frontier.

First, New Jersey announced they will be extracting revenue from citizens who dare to walk and text at the same time by issuing them $85 tickets.

Now, people who do not "buckle up" their cats and dogs in special harnesses will be issued tickets for up to $1,000.


Via Yahoo News:
There's no activity many dogs love more than hanging their head out an open car window, but a recent revelation of a New Jersey law that makes having an unbuckled pet in your car a violation carrying up to a $1,000 fine has opened a fresh debate about how humans should drive with their best friends.

The New Jersey law appears to be the only one of its kind in the nation that explicitly requires restraining a dog or cat at all times while in a moving vehicle. A few other states have passed laws barring animals from riding in the back of pickup trucks, and three states bar drivers from letting pets ride on their laps, citing the potential for driver distraction.

Officers from the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals can monitor for infractions during traffic stops or seat-belt campaigns, and issue tickets with fines ranging from $250 up to $1,000 for each unrestrained animal in a vehicle. Under the 16-year-old law, letting a pet ride unrestrained amounts to animal cruelty if the driver gets into a crash.
Don't worry, it's all for your safety.

Of course, god forbid you don't pay these fines, then you'll find out how police "protection" really works.





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Anonymous

Posted: Jun 08 2012, 1:08 PM

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9493 Good, they should be buckled in... it's safer for them and you...
Chris

Posted: Jun 08 2012, 2:00 PM

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Do you have a license to type that comment?

It's dangerous to type without having first attended government certified typing courses, after all, you could sprain a finger or develop RSI.

I hope you are licensed because if you're not I have to report you to the authorities, for your own safety.
Sheep

Posted: Jun 08 2012, 6:36 PM

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108205 It should be a thousand dollar fine to scratch your ear, eyes, nose while driving. I mean, you take your hand off the wheel for a second you could have an accident. Please Government, oh please protect us by stealing our money. We love it.
Professional Dog trainer

Posted: Jun 14 2012, 3:08 PM

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24228 I have not only seen many driving with dogs on their lap as well far too many injuries to our dogs resulting from a sudden stop or fender bender. It is a shame that laws are passed to force many to simply exercise some common sense.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2012, 9:36 PM

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761 how about the people that leave there pet in a car for 5mins while they run in the store with the windows up
sharowatson

Posted: Aug 14 2012, 1:30 AM

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Oh!Thats pretty high. Anyways now people won't forget buckling up their pets with the fear of tickets.
Anonymous

Posted: Sep 02 2012, 9:29 PM

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71168 How about we harness the politicians who propose and pass such stupid legislation?
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