New Jersey recently passed a law requiring drivers to secure their pets when they are in the car. Police can stop cars with unrestrained animals and issue tickets for $250-1,000. In an ABC news story, AAA stated “that restraining a pet while traveling in a vehicle minimizes distractions to the driver, protects other passengers and also allowed emergency personnel to get to the vehicle and treat passengers if an accident occurred. Restraints also stop a pet from running off when a door is opened.” When planning your summer vacation, visit your favorite TU store for safety harnesses and other pet items to make your trip safer and more enjoyable. We’ll be happy to special order travel accessories for you.