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· Mufasa in Training
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I've seen this badge around a few times, and I think someone explained what it's significance is, but I forget:



Can someone explain it? Thanks!
 

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That is a Wakaba badge, which indicates a novice driver.



The other one is a Kareha badge, which isan emblem for a driver with more experience in Japan and called a "Silver Mark". The driver must give their way to the vehicle on the road with this emblem by the traffic law.

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That is a Wakaba badge, which indicates a novice driver.



The other one is a Kareha badge, which isan emblem for a driver with more experience in Japan and called a "Silver Mark". The driver must give their way to the vehicle on the road with this emblem by the traffic law.

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From what i have read the wakaba badge is for people that have been driving for less than 1 year and the Kareha badge is placed elderly drivers cars. They are used as warning signs for other drivers to see.
 

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That is a Wakaba badge, which indicates a novice driver.



The other one is a Kareha badge, which isan emblem for a driver with more experience in Japan and called a "Silver Mark". The driver must give their way to the vehicle on the road with this emblem by the traffic law.

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From what i have read the wakaba badge is for people that have been driving for less than 1 year and the Kareha badge is placed elderly drivers cars. They are used as warning signs for other drivers to see.
Correct. WARNING: YOUNG KID or WARNING: OLD PERSON.

I want the old person sticker for my Miata.
 

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Would an old person who just learned how to drive use both?

I crack me up!

I'll be here all week be kind to your waitresses.
 
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