“If this is a first-time offense, the driver can be fined at least a base fine of $500 with potential penalty assessments, a possible license suspension for up to thirty days, and can be charged as a two-point offense which can make insurance very expensive for a period of three years,” says attorney Vaswani.
In the additional videos Mr. Vaswani has released on YouTube, there are thorough explanations of other California vehicle codes.
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