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No. Never drive to the left of these lines unless you are: Turning left at an intersection. Turning into or out of a private road or driveway (California Vehicle Code 21460 a / d).
The bumper of a parked vehicle cannot extend into any portion of the rounded corner of an intersection. If there are “No Parking” “No Stopping” signs no portion of the car may stop along the curb beyond the pole the sign is mounted on. It is illegal to park within three feet of a sidewalk ramp for disabled persons or in front of or on a curb which provides wheelchair access to a sidewalk. This applies at all curbs adjacent to the school (California Vehicle Code 22500 l).
No, a loading zone is simply that. When the vehicle is unoccupied or not in the process of being loaded or unloaded, it is considered parked (California Vehicle Code 21458 a).
Yes, it is legal to cross mid block or at an unmarked crosswalk as long as it is done safely and does not impact the flow of traffic. It is not recommended that pedestrians cross any street if a crosswalk is within close proximity or crossing guards are present (21954 a California Vehicle Code).
Yes, if, there are no other vehicles approaching within 200 feet and there is a clear, unobstructed view (California Vehicle Code 22103, 22105).
Depends, if, the door can be opened reasonably safe and can be done without interfering with traffic, and only for a period of time necessary to load or unload passengers (California Vehicle 22517).
No. A driver of a vehicle shall not enter an intersection or marked crosswalk unless there is sufficient space on the other side of the intersection or marked crosswalk to accommodate the vehicle driven without obstructing the through passage of vehicles from either side (California Vehicle Code 22526).
If you allow your child to ride their bicycle to school, make sure they wear their bicycle helmet correctly and properly secured. Also teach your child to follow bicycling laws i.e. riding on the right-hand side of the road (same direction as traffic), stopping for stop signs, and a maximum of one occupant per bicycle.
Teach your child how to cross the street by using the crosswalk and looking in both directions for traffic. When appropriate, use the crosswalks that are staffed by crossing guards.
Abide by all traffic laws. Remember the speed limits in school zones are 25 miles per hour when children are present (regardless of the posted speed). Drive cautiously in school zones, children often do not pay attention and may run in front of vehicles. Buckle up yourself and your children.
Please abide by all parking zones in and around the school; they are strategically placed for you and your child's safety. Especially, do not park in or obstruct a handicapped parking stall (the violation is $280).Do not leave your child unattended in your vehicle; temperatures can exceed 125 degrees within 6 minutes.
Do not park within 6 feet (prolongation of the curb line) of a fire hydrant. The fine is $105. The curbs are not required to be painted red.