California’s Car Modification Regulations

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Car enthusiasts view their vehicle like an extension of themselves or like a best friend, pet, or child. They take great care of the vehicle. They give it a name and customize it to their liking, so that it is not like the rest of the same makes and models. Car enthusiasts truly prize their vehicles and make modifications that cost quite a bit. There are some freedom when it comes to car modifications, yet there are also certain regulations and laws the car owner must stay within in California when modifying their vehicles.


WINDOWN TINTING

Rear and back side windows can be as dark as the owner wants, but front side windows cannot. Front side windows tints must allow over 70% of light to shine through.

LIGHTS

Cars may not have more than 2 spotlights with white lamps...

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Southern California’s Dog-Friendly Parks & Beaches

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Dogs are our best friends. Their owners are responsible for keeping them safe, which also includes keeping the public safe. This is why there are certain laws dog owners must follow, from needing to keep them on a leash in most places, to getting them vaccinated.

Whenever a dog owner takes their dog out, the dog must be kept on a leash. Some communities require leashes to be 6-8 feet long; other communities have no leash length requirement. By keeping a dog on a leash, the owner is taking precaution to keep their dog safe, like avoiding getting hit by a passing car. In addition, they also keep other people safe, like avoiding a dog attack or scaring others who are uncomfortable around dogs...

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DUIs Are No Joke In California

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Instead of treating the gang to a final round of shots at last call, treat them to a pitcher of water and some fast food. This will jumpstart the mind and body to sober up so you can all get home safe and sound. It is the responsible thing to do and although your buds may give you the thumbs down to denying alcohol, they will definitely give you the thumbs up for feeding them.

Consider the benefits of having one less drink. You save money, for one. Secondly, you have a little more awareness. Rather than driving home yourself, hop into a Lyft or Uber so that you can rely on this sober driver to get you home safely. While this will cost you a few bucks, at least you do not have to worry about accidents and DUIs.

A first offense DUI in California can be at least $40,000-50,000.

This cost cov...

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Save A Dog From A Hot Vehicle

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In California, it is legal to break into a stranger’s car in order to save a dog that is trapped and suffering, but it is still illegal to do so to save a child. Last year, California implemented a law that protects the individual from civil damages if they save a dog. However, California has yet to figure out and implement laws that would protect the individual if they did this to save a child.

This does not mean that a person can break into a car to save a dog anytime they want. It is only forgiving under certain conditions, and the individual is only protected if they comply with certain rules.

On any given day, the temperature inside a vehicle is higher than the temperature outside. Now, think about conditions if the outside temperature was 85 degrees...

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Tips For Staying Safe On Halloween

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Halloween is a lot of fun for many people, especially for kids. They love dressing up in their costumes and going trick or treating to get as much candy as possible. While trick or treating can be very fun, it is important to remember to stay safe. Here are a few tips on how you can do that this Halloween:

  • Stay in groups. Children under the age of 12 should not trick or treat alone.
  • Take a flashlight trick or treating to help you see, and to help others see you.
  • Costume accessories such as knifes and swords should be soft and flexible to avoid injuries.
  • Always look both ways before crossing the street, and try to cross at street corners.
  • Walk on sidewalks when they are available, and stick to the far edge of the road when they aren’t.
  • Never enter stranger’s homes, and never...
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Scary California Legends: The Monster Of Elizabeth Lake

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It is finally October, which means Halloween is right around the corner. It is the time of the year when the weather gets colder and scary stories reign supreme. With as large a state as California is, it should come as no surprise that there are a lot of scary myths and legends out there about the place we call home.

One such story, is the legend of the Devil’s Pet hiding in Elizabeth Lake in Los Angeles County. Spanish missionaries named the lake Laguna del Diablo. According to several legends, the Devil himself carved the lake to house his pet. It was a fearsome creature with bat-like wings, a long neck, six legs, and a short face. The creature was rumored to emit a horrible stench, and was around 50 feet in length.

The first sighting of this horrible creature, was in 1830 when a ran...

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Get Professional Bail Help At Bail Bonds In Modesto

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The thought of needing to bail someone out of jail is terrifying to a lot of people, so much so that they never even imagine that they may need to post bail someday. This leads to a problem of people not knowing what to do if someone they care about is arrested.

Luckily, there are professionals who spend every day helping people deal with bail. You can find these people at Bail Bonds in Modesto. Our professional bail agents help bail people out of any California jail every single day. Let us help you too. We are open and ready to serve you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays). They can help you at a moment’s notice.

At Bail Bonds in Modesto, our knowledgeable bail agents will be able to guide you through the entire bail bond process and answer any bail-related questions yo...

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Need To Bail Someone Out? Call Bail Bonds In Modesto!

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Everybody has that one person that they would go to great lengths to help. This person is usually a family member or a very close friend. You’re loved one knows that you will always be there to help in times of need, and you know it would be the same if things were reversed. That is why when you find out that your friend or family member has been arrested, you jump into action.

You begin looking for a bail agent that will provide you with the same kind of dedication that you provide for loved one. You can find agents like that at Bail Bonds in Modesto.

We are a statewide, family-owned bail bond company and our bail agents are a part of our family. This helps remind our agents how important their job is. They will work hard to help you get your loved one out of jail.

Once you call, one of ...

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Pledging Collateral For A Bail Bonds In Modesto

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Whenever a person gets a large loan, the lender usually requires some form of collateral. This means that a person will have to pledge something of value, like a house or car, in order to get the money. If the person fails to pay back the loan, the lender will keep whatever was pledged as collateral.

This process helps ensure the lender that they will get the money they are owed whether or not the loan is repaid. Some people wonder why they would need to pledge collateral for a bail bond. After all, it is not a loan, or is it? A bail bond is actually a lot like a loan. The bail bond company is ‘loaning’ money to their client by paying for the person’s bail. The company gets this money back at the end of the client’s trial.

When people are paying for a bail bond, they are paying f...

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Crime Rates Could Rise In California

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At the start of 2017, the state of New Jersey implemented a new bail reform policy. The policy is very similar to one California lawmakers are trying to implement with SB10. The stated goal is to reduce the number of inmates being held in prison. The proposed law accomplishes this by releasing arrested individuals without requiring them to pay bail.

The proposed system removes the incentive for defendants to return to court. It also removes the consequences for committing crimes. Defendants are released from jail immediately following their arraignment. This gets rid of any sort of punishment for committing a crime, since the defendant will usually be out of jail within an hour or two. Unfortunately, many lawmakers do not believe this is the case.

That is why a Democratic New Jersey Assem...

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