California 2017 Car Laws

Welcome to CaliforniaCarLaws.com, your best reference for up to date car related laws and legislation for the state of California (CA). Below you can find our currently researched laws, regulations, and guidelines, and the general interpretation of them.

If you have further questions be sure to check the links after each of our article where you can find official sources for various traffic and car laws!

Neon Underglow Laws

California Neon Underglow Lights Laws

Vehicle Exhaust Noise

California Vehicle Exhaust Noise Laws

Tinting Laws

California Window Tinting Laws

TV Screen Laws

California Vehicle TV Laws

Speed Limits

California Speed Limit Laws

Seat Belt Laws

California Seat Belt Laws

DUI Laws

California DUI Laws – Driving Under Influence

Reckless Driving

California Reckless Driving Laws

Laser Jammer Laws

California Laser Jamming Device Laws

Street Racing Laws

California Street Racing Laws

California cracked windshield laws

California Cracked Windshield Laws

Registration Application

California Registration Application Laws

Financial Liability Laws

California Financial Liability Laws

Novice Driver

California Novice Driver Laws

California Drivers License Types

Types of Driver’s Licenses in California

Other Laws

Other California Traffic Laws

License Plates Laws

California License Plates Disbursement Laws

Child Passenger Safety Laws

California Child Passenger Safety Laws

Windshield Sticker Laws

California Windshield Sticker Laws

Distracted Driving

California Distracted Driving & Cellphone Usage Laws

California 1963 license plate

California Specialty License Plates Laws

Vehicle Emissions Testing

California Vehicle Emissions Inspection Laws

We hope our overview of California laws is helpful in explaining CA's vast legislation regarding car laws.

Please keep in mind that laws are always subject to change, and while we do our best to keep our information accurate there may be some which was changed since our last check. In general, our information is re-checked at least once every 6 months, but we always recommend you check with local law authorities or DMV for official interpretation of the laws and to ensure you have accurate information.

Information about California traffic and automobile laws on our website is provided for informational purposes only and we cannot be held responsible for any potential damages arising from any info we provided.