The new year brings new driving laws in the state of California. These laws not only affect what you can do while on the road, but also the fees you pay to operate a motor vehicle. See the list below to find out what you need to know about these laws.
What to Know About New Driving Regulations
The legislature passed several new regulations that take effect in 2018, including the following:
Make sure to review these regulations before the new year to make sure you are in compliance with them. Violating any of these laws is not only illegal, but it could put your safety and the safety of other drivers in danger.
If you were injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by another driver's negligence, you could be entitled to compensation for financial, physical and emotional damages, like medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
However, obtaining compensation after a motor vehicle accident can be complicated. Consider meeting with an auto accident lawyer to find out how he or she can help you.
The personal injury lawyers at the Arnold Law Firm have many years of combined experience pursuing compensation for victims of these accidents. We have a successful track record of obtaining fair compensation for our clients. Your consultation with our attorneys is free and we do not charge legal fees unless you receive compensation at the end of the legal process.
Wrongfully blamed: What really happened to Randy Stevens
Randy Stevens opened his eyes and saw his wife standing over him in a hospital room. He had no idea what had happened. His last memory was of standing next to his truck trailer and watching as a Security Contractor Services forklift driver struggled to load an ungainly pallet of...Learn More
Last winter, a commercial truck and trailer made an abrupt wide turn into the path of a 24-year-old motorcyclist. The resulting collision sent Justin to the hospital with a collapsed lung, multiple fractured bones and a traumatic brain injury.
Justin's mother realized that her son needed legal help. While he was still in a coma...Learn More