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TRAFFIC AND PARKING VIOLATIONS. FEES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Eliminates fines for parking violations and most Vehicle Code infractions. Requires community service instead of fines; suspends penalties for infrequent violators. Makes convictions of designated infractions confidential; exempt from violation point count system. Prohibits automated enforcement of violations; makes such evidence inadmissible. Specifies procedures for: towing unattended vehicles, declaring vehicles abandoned, proceeding to trial. Prohibits fees to park on publicly maintained roads. Limits parking restrictions on public roadways. Provides driver's license fee shall not exceed $15; annual vehicle registration fee shall not exceed $100 for noncommercial vehicles. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: This measure would have the following major fiscal effect: Significant loss of revenues to state and local governments, totaling in excess of $1 billion annually.
Robert Ridley, 1409 Kuehner Drive, #170, Simi Valley, CA 93063, (818) 612-0357
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TRAFFIC AND PARKING VIOLATIONS. FEES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. California Initiative 995 (2003).