CHP Plans Greater Enforcement of Seat Belt Law

  • For a detailed account of how to understand the CA seat belt law, we have you covered. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) are working together to focus on child safety through the California Restraint Safety Education and Training (CARSEAT II) campaign. In addition to educational efforts, the CHP
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California Court Suspending Drivers Licenses of Poor People?

  • Civil rights lawyers have settled a lawsuit accusing the Los Angeles Superior Court of improperly ordering driver’s license suspensions for people who couldn’t afford to pay their traffic ticket fines, saying the court has agreed to notify drivers that they can ask a judge to evaluate their ability to pay. “Courts were required by law to look
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Driving Without a License in California

  • When you are pulled over by a police officer, the first thing they usually ask for is your license and registration. But what if you do not have a license or it’s expired? Learn about what it means to drive without a license, the consequences you could face if caught, and who doesn’t need to
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What is the California Car Seat Law?

  • Understanding the California Car Seat Law If you have a child, or find yourself driving with one in the car, it is crucial you understand the California child car seat laws. If not for the safety of the youth, do it for your wallet in regarding the avoidance of costly tickets. The bottom line: Educating
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Uber Testing Traffic Estimates With Some Customers

  • Uber, a ridesharing company, has started testing traffic estimates for its Android riders during the past few months and has recently expanded it to its iOS users, according to reports. The feature has been live for all of Uber’s drivers and provides indicators of congestion based on the company’s own traffic information, which it culls from
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Prop 6 and What it Means for California Drivers

  • It’s hard to overstate how destructive Proposition 6 would be for California. There is bipartisan agreement that California needs to fix its deteriorating transportation infrastructure. Too many roads are potholed and crumbling. Too many bridges could collapse in the next big earthquake. Too many Californians are stuck for hours in traffic without the option of
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New California Road Striping for Self-Driving Vehicles

  • New California Road Striping Intended to Help Self-Driving Vehicles The end of the summer brings some new changes to an estimated 394,608 miles of California’s highways. Californians spend a lot of time on the road, especially in the summer when they set out on vacation or head to the beach. But how well do they
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Do Not Take Driving Advice From Gordon Ramsey

  • Take Gordon Ramsay’s Advice in the Kitchen—Not on the Road Listen, we understand. Speeding tickets are a major bummer. But we still have to rule against following the example of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, who recently told Mirror that he uses plastic cling wrap to cover the license plates on his Ferrari California T so speed cameras can’t make out
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NFL Star Von Miller isn’t Invincible to Speeding Tickets

  • Even NFL Star, Von Miller isn’t Invincible when it Comes to Speeding Tickets Denver Broncos sack specialist Von Miller is fast around offensive linemen, but he’s even faster on the road, as attested by a long string of speeding tickets he has accrued despite a vow to curb his “pedal to the medal” habit. On Monday, the 29-year-old
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