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Child Safety Seats

This law extends a requirement that children under 2 years old must sit in an appropriate rear-facing child passenger restraint system, unless he or she is more than 40 pounds, or is taller than 40 inches, according to Assembly Bill 53. The bill, which was signed in 2015, expanded the existing law, which stated that [...]

By | July 2nd, 2015|Financial, Governments, International|0 Comments

DUI ‘Ignition’ Interlock Devices

Senate Bill 1046 would extend a pilot program that requires most convicted DUI drivers to install ignition interlock devices -- also referred to as IIDs -- that would prevent them from operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Under the law, the offender be  able obtain a restricted driver's license, have their license reissued, [...]

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Technology changing laws

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