In some counties in CA police set up drunk driving checkpoints (which is pretty unconstitutional because it assumes thT you are guilty and need o be checked) as it stands now if they find someone who is sober but unliscenced they are now allowed to seize their car.
The bill would put a stop to that ... And allow the unliscenced driver to continue on the road ...
Oh and unliscenced drivers will NOT have insurance in most cases because they need a liscence in order to qualify.
UNDER THE BILL (CA Bill AB 353)
Impoundments at CA checkpoints generated $40million for towing fees & fens
Only 13% of inpounded (from the checkpoints) cars were connected to charges of DUI
Between 2007 - 2009, number of cars seized went up 53% at the checkpoints
ILlegals are PROBITED from having a liscence in CA
Unliscenced drivers are 5 times more likely to be in an accident
Unliscenced drivers are 4 times more likely to be in a DUI accident