"With doing away with inspection stickers that's going to stop it all together. People, who have bad tires, they don't care. They're not going to buy tires. They're going to put you at fault because it's going to be dangerous for people driving on the road with people with bad tires," David Poulos said. He also said jobs will suffer because businesses providing these stickers get $3 for every sticker and the state gets the other $2.
Poulos asked, "How is the Lt. Governor going to pay the lose of jobs and salaries that people are getting because they're doing inspection stickers?"
Poulos believes peeling this program will mean a dangerous tradeoff.
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