Car insurance sounds like something that should be your own personal choice, like life insurance. If you want to take the risk and drive without it, knowing you'll have to cover the costs if you get into an accident, shouldn't you be able to do that?
In California, it's not just texting and driving that is illegal. You're essentially not allowed to use your phone in any way. That means no calls, no pictures, no videos -- nothing. If the police see you with your phone in your hand, you can face legal trouble.
Hit-and-run accidents have always happened, but recent reports indicate that they are quickly growing more common. One study, which looked at accidents involving fatalities, found that they went up by 60 percent in less than a decade. The study looked at the changes in incidents from 2009 to 2016.
As you probably know, it is often legal to turn right on a red light. You simply have to stop like you usually would at the intersection -- at the limit line or the crosswalk -- and then you can turn right when there is a break in traffic. But can you always turn right on red?
A new study has found that California drivers are the third worst in the United States. The study, conducted by SmartAsset, was released earlier this month. The data compiled put California in a tie with Missouri for third place and just behind Mississippi and Tennessee for the worst drivers in America.
Speeding is one of the most common infractions on the roads of California, even with all of the congestion. This is a violation that results in thousands of traffic tickets being issued every month. Speeding is not a terribly serious crime but it can result in the most tragic of accidents. Let's take a look at why speeding is so dangerous in Encino.
We've all heard the age-old cliche that driving is a privilege and not a right. This is true, as every person who wishes to drive must meet a set of requirements. One thing that many drivers don't look into prior to getting their license is the penalties that come with moving violations in the state of California.
Distracted driving is without a doubt very dangerous. Many drivers have trouble staying focused when behind the wheel. Other drivers don't have any trouble focusing on the road in front of them. If you are facing distracted driving charges in Encino, California, then you should look at the various possible defenses.
Any California driver who has ever received even so much as a speeding ticket knows that the cost of a single traffic ticket can add up fast. For some people, the addition of surcharges can make paying a fine all but impossible and then a downward spiral can begin that may even lead to a driver's license being suspended.
As a California driver, you know that the road can be a dangerous place. This is especially true if you partake in distracted driving behaviors, which will not only imperil you but also put other drivers in danger. Accordingly, it’s important to know the proper tips for avoiding distracted driving behaviors to ensure that safety remains a top priority.