On Dec. 29, the Los Angeles Times published a run-down of new laws on the books in California. There are dozens. When it comes to driving, drivers, and passengers, the Times lists eight. These run the gamut from child seats to the blood alcohol content of Uber drivers.
Mount your phone and limit yourself to tapping and swiping.
Better yet, get your GPS directions started before you drive off.
The California DMV insists that tech powerhouse Uber obtain special permits to operate its self-driving cars, and has threatened legal action if Uber fails to comply, according to a recent ABC News report.
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According to witnesses, the driver of the car that swerved into multiple pedestrians on the Venice boardwalk was "moving purposely." One person was killed and at least 10 others injured when a man drove his car past five concrete barriers and onto the crowded boardwalk.
According to crash investigators in Spain, the conductor involved in the catastrophic Spain train derailment was talking on his cell phone when he received at least one of the reduce speed warnings he allegedly ignored. The conductor is now facing negligent homicide charges for ignoring three reduce speed warnings in the two minutes before the train sped too quickly around a curve - 121 mph in a 50 mph speed zone - and derailed. The derailment killed 79 people and injured many more.
A drunk driver may be responsible for a chain-reaction accident that killed one person and injured three more in Los Angeles on Saturday.