The decision from the DMV in the state capital Sacramento cites the California Vehicle Code, section 5105(a).
What does CVC stand for?
CVC stands for California Vehicle Code
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The California vehicle code in 1958 banned cars in which any part of the vehicle rode lower than the lower rim of its tires, putting a lower limit on the enthusiasms of lowriding extremists.
Since 2006, when changes made to California Vehicle Code law set an extreme threshold for pre-orders and limited the graphics for the creation of a new, special-interest license plate, no new plates have been issued, even with numerous nonprofits currently attempting to create plates.
Senate Bill 681, signed into law in September 1999, amended Sections 20002 and 23113 of the California Vehicle Code to create the "Clear the Way" provision.
The noise limit for motorcycles built after 1985 is 80 decibels, according to the California Vehicle Code.
This strong upgrade comes at a time when the law firm of Baker & McKenzie concluded through legal opinion that the PhotoViolationMeter(TM) conforms to California Vehicle Code Section 40202.
18): Graham Campbell please refer to 400(a) and 400(b) of the California Vehicle Code.
Driving under the influence of herbal tea is not a crime," he said, noting that California Vehicle Code Section 23152 only prohibits driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, not tea.