You may have just given or received a "hoverboard" for Christmas, but you should keep the receipt handy because new laws in California go effect on January 1, 2016.
Here's a summary of some of the new laws:
In some cities, like New York, hoverboards have been made completely illegal due to the fact that riders can get up to 13MPH, (many average adults run about 8-9MPH). Add that with people's lack of attention and you have a recipe for disaster on a busy city sidewalk.
Do you think these new laws are useful or are they common sense?
Michael Wetzel was killed December 2, 2015 in the terrorist attack in San Bernardino. What's unique about his situation is that he leaves 6 children and his wife behind this Christmas. There are a lot of organizations trying to get your donations right now, but this is a family that is local to our community and needs your help now more than ever before. Any dollar amount you donate can help BIG for a family that just lost their father, husband and sole financial provider.
Click the "Donate" button below and you can see that many people are donating as little as $10, probably less than you spent on your secret Santa. 100% of funds raised go directly to Renee Wetzel and her 6 children, please don't hesitate to click and donate small or big right now. THIS DONATION PERIOD HAS ENDED.
A special thanks to the Newport Beach Firefighter’s Association who has adopted the Wetzel family as the recipient of their annual fundraising efforts for 2015.
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