Is there a new law that says you will have to be 18 years old to drive in California?
No, but you parents have the right to cancel your provisional license until you reach the age of 18. For more information, you can visit the California DMV web site: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/dl_info.htm#PERMINOR
How many years does a couple have to live together in the state of California to be labeled common law married?
What happens if you drive someone else's car which has no insurance and you have no insurance and you get in an accident?
As per California state law, magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds which were not possessed prior to 1989 by a resident of California who has retained their California residency the whole time is a violation of state law. While California's magazine laws have loopholes which you could drive an armored truck through (quite literally), this site's policy is not to give information which would encourage or enable someone to violate the law…
According to California Law: "Each person between the ages of 6 and 18 years not exempted under the provisions of this chapter or Chapter 3 is subject to compulsory full-time education." The law also says that a person can drop out at 16 if they have a "certificate of proficiency" as well as parental consent. Answer based on Ca. Education Code Part 27. Chapters 2 and 3.
From Califonia DMV: The maximum speed limit on most California highways is 65 mph. You may drive 70 mph where posted. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit is 55 mph on two-lane undivided highways and for vehicles towing trailers. However, the "basic speed law" of California says that one cannot drive faster than it is safe to do so under the prevailing conditions--irregardless of the posted speed limit. One could be cited for breaking…
When parked parallel in California your curb side wheels must be no more than how many inches from the curb?
by law it is 13 years old, to my understaning that applies to all other states as well California does not have a law on babysitters at this point. Only Illinois and Maryland have actually passed a law. It really depends upon whether the child is knowledgable on how to handle an emergency and feels safe.
yes it does <><><> The most restrictive law is the enforced law, unless a higher law forbids lower laws from being enacted. Example- Federal law says all socks will be red, white, or blue. STATE law says all socks will be red or blue. City law says all socks will be blue. Blue socks it is. City law says socks may be Red, white or Blue. State Law says red or white. Federal law says…