A program designed to help save lives after car crashes cleared the Florida House of Representatives this week. The bill’s sponsor is also touting the so-called yellow dot program as a way for county governments to bring in more revenue.
It sounds so simple. Drivers would put a circular, yellow decal on their cars’ back windshield. But it could have two big effects, the bill’s sponsor, Rep. Irv Slosberg (D-Delray Beach) said.
“What this is going to do is bring dollars to the counties and it’s gonna save lives,” he said on the House floor on Wednesday.