Understanding the California Lane Splitting Law

  • In 2016, California become the first state to officially legalize lane splitting. Before, it was not considered illegal but there were no regulations. Therefore, passing the California Lane Splitting Law enabled California Highway Patrol to define legal versus illegal lane splitting. Still the law does not guarantee safety for riders or drivers. Both need to
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Are U-Turns in Residential Districts Legal?

  • On busy streets, we are commonly aided by U-turn signs telling us if we are or aren’t able to pull a 180. But, what about residential areas where no such signage exists?  It can be a bit confusing to someone who doesn’t know the U-turn laws, so let’s take a look at the laws surrounding
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How to Pay A Traffic Ticket Online

  • Have you received a traffic citation in California? It’s quite an unfortunate occurrence, but action must be taken to avoid additional penalties. The good news is that you can pay your infraction from the comfort of your home. Let’s take a look at how to pay a traffic ticket online, while taking all of your
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No One is Above the Law Not Even Conor McGregor

  • Conor McGregor Banned from Driving Following Hefty Speeding Ticket Former UFC dual-division champion Conor McGregor has lost his driving privileges on Wednesday after an Irish court heard his case for a speeding violation. McGregor was banned from driving for six months and fined €1,000 (a little over $1,100) for driving 154 kph (96 mph) in
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The Battle for Driving Experience Will Be Won by Software

  • Sirius XM’s recent all-stock $3.5-billion purchase of the music-streaming service Pandora  raised a lot of eyebrows. A big question was why Sirius paid so much. Is Pandora’s music library and customer base really worth that amount? The answer is that this was a strategic move by Sirius in a battle that is far bigger than radio. The
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California Charges Sidewalk Parking Fees to Combat Lower Ticket Revenues

  • They have landed in San Francisco, San Diego, Minneapolis. They have squeezed into Charlotte, North Carolina, Miami, and Phoenix. As shared, electric scooters took off some local governments panicked. Others moralized. A few shrugged their shoulders and let the people ride. But almost all of them whipped out the calculators. A shared scooter service doesn’t
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The California DMV Points System

  • Have you ever heard of the DMV points system in California? Odds are, you haven’t. This system rates a traffic penalty and adds a corresponding point amount to the offender’s license.  As points add up, worse implications may occur such as the suspension of one’s license. Let’s take a look at how the DMV points
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Sea Lion Blocks Traffic on Busy Road

  • Animal experts were summoned to a California road to rescue a sea lion that decided to stop in the middle of traffic and refused to budge. San Diego Police said they were called about 3:30 p.m. Monday about an animal in the road and they arrived to find the sea lion lying on its back in the
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Ice-T Arrested for Toll Booth Violation

  • He didn’t have plates on the McLaren yet, either. Musician and actor Ice-T recently had a rough time in his new McLaren 720S when he didn’t pay the toll to drive over the George Washington Bridge, which connects Manhattan and New Jersey. Port Authority officers stopped Ice-T and arrested him for a toll booth violation.
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California Bike Ticket Diversion Programs Needed

  • Andrew Yip of BikeSanGabrielValley (BikeSGV) recently tweeted out a thread about a bike rider who got a ticket for riding on the sidewalk. A recent immigrant, he didn’t understand why he had been stopped, and had to wait around for the police to find a translator to explain it to him. According to Yip, the
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