Do you find yourself on the roads of San Diego (and surrounding areas) on a regular basis? Do you worry that you could be part of an accident since you hear how common they actually are and you never know when "your number" may come up?
As you commute to and from work on the freeway, you will do whatever it takes to safely reach your destination.
Some California lawmakers think the current laws applicable to young, inexperienced drivers are simply not strict enough. In fact, a recently proposed bill in California now seeks to place the same driving restrictions that currently apply to 16- and 17-year-olds on all drivers under the age of 21 -- meaning, if passed, many college-aged individuals would be required to have provisional licenses.
On Jan. 1, California's new cellphone law went into effect. While California already had existing laws that placed limits on drivers when using their cellphones - including a ban on handheld texting-while-driving - this new law is significantly stricter.