davewill wrote:palmermd wrote:how is law enforcement supposed to know if a sticker was issued in 2016 or 2017 or 2018. They all look alike! In the past they changed color when they wanted to expire a group. The yellow stickers were expired and then they went to the green/white that is currently in use. If they don't have a new color they will not be able to tell what year it was issued, so how do they determine if its expired?
That's why people who got them in 2017 and 2018 will have to get new stickers to go past 1/1/19. They'll have new ones that expire at the right time.
I saw the details in another article. When I wrote that, it did not say they were getting new colors, and without that it would be impossible to know when a sticker was applied. It makes sense with another color change.
But really the whole sticker thing is just annoying. Either let them in the lane or not, don't try and only allow new cars and try and get rid of old ones. Really should be just for carpools only, and just stop the sticker program all together.