New Koreisha Marks Go On Sale Today

Today is February 1, which means the “autumn leaf” elderly driver’s symbol is no more. Last summer, a nation-wide contest selected a new koreisha mark, this four-color clover-type thing, because the apparently drivers over the age of 70 do not like to be reminded that they are in the waning days of their existence here on earth. Expect a clearance sale on old koreisha marks all over Japan. Hey, at least it’s not a heart-shaped bird.

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6 Responses to New Koreisha Marks Go On Sale Today

  1. Toyotageek says:

    I ALMOST bought a bunch of these last November, but only wound up getting a few for myself…. Knew I should of bought more! LOL!!

  2. graytotoro says:

    Will you guys swap in the new one for the JNC logo? I quite like the old one.

  3. Sarcasmo says:

    Why does it come with a diamond-shaped knocked out face? That can’t be good, when it comes to driving. LOL

  4. Sarcasmo says:

    Ugly… it looks a symbol for Girl Scout cookies. LMAO

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