EZ-ID is a new license plate format which uses universally recognizable symbols, such as a star, heart, diamond, square, circle, tri-angle, etc., along with alpha numeric characters, to give a graphic that even young children can recognize, remember, and report. Each general issue plate would have one randomly assigned symbol, along with other numbers and letters, making up the individual’s plate registration number. EZ-ID would not displace specialty plates, low number plates, or vanity plates, as these are already more recognizable.
CT Valley Views interviewed Michelle Cruz, CT Victim Advocate; Gary Richard, President EZ-ID; Jay Gardiner, Director, Molly Bish Center and Magi Bish, mother of Molly Anne Bish a sixteen-year-old girl from MA who was abducted and then murdered in 2000 while working as a lifeguard in the rural town of Warren. Her body was found three years later after the largest search in the history of Massachusetts and the case is still unsolved.
Watch the show and judge for yourself the viability of this concept and contact your local State Representative and Senator to support a program that not only works, is fiscally responsible but most importantly saves lives.
The program may be seen on Nutmeg TV, Comcast Channel 5 Thursday August 16th and 23rd at 7:30 PM or by clicking here.
CT Valley Views is an independently produced Public Access TV show series sponsored by Windsor Federal Savings and is seen in twenty two towns on Cox/Enfield, Windsor, Simsbury, Nutmeg, West Hartford and Hartford Public Access stations.