NJ Flat License Plates

Flat License Plates in NJ – it’s all about the capture!

Earlier this spring in New Jersey, production switched from “embossed” license plates to digitally printed flat license plates.

Flat License Plates in NJ for video capture

Money, Money, Mon-ey, MONEY!

Hey, I don’t really care what the “official” explanation is. But I can think of some reasons why they’d change something that was working perfectly fine: MONEY and CONTROL.

They might say these new flat license plates will “last longer,” but they really don’t give a crap about that. They care if the EZPass cameras, red light cameras, HPU cameras and other photographic invasions of privacy can capture the tags clearly.

My guess is that because of the embossed nature of the old plates, photos may not have always come out sufficiently, resulting in blurry images that didn’t translate properly into the fines they can steal collect from you.

Regardless of what kind of plates you are forced to use, I still think it’s ridiculously unnecessary to track vehicles like this. What next? Bar codes on every human being?

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4 Comments on "NJ Flat License Plates"

homeworld
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Avoid credit cards, cell phones, Bluetooth, and EZ Pass then, too.

homeworld
Member

Also don’t even drive your car since your car has a distinct electromagnetic signature that is tracked and used for travel time calculations with Sensys magnetometer pucks embedded in the roadways.[quote comment=”223836″]Avoid credit cards, cell phones, Bluetooth, and EZ Pass then, too.[/quote]

homeworld
Member

How is it an invasions of privacy if you’re in a public place?

arizonai
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arizonai

The Cameras mark your position in a database, therefore giving them the ability to track you. You have a reasonable exception to not be tracked, that’s the invasion of privacy.[quote comment=”223830″]How is it an invasions of privacy if you’re in a public place?[/quote]

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