Hoverboard Laws That You Need To Obey


Even after all the fires and bursts, hoverboards still seem to be one of the trendiest toys. However, you will probably see less children with them than you did this time last year because, starting January 1, 2016, only people 16 years or older can ride one. Other laws have been introduced in addition to the new age requirement law.

  • Speed on the hoverboard may not exceed 15 miles per hour.
  • Riders must wear a helmet at all times.
  • Riders must stay on streets where the posted speed limit does not exceed 35 miles per hour.
  • Boards must be accessorized with reflectors and lights for nighttime visibility and safety.
  • Riders must be 100% sober of alcohol and drugs while riding a hoverboard.

Violations can result in fines and even jail time in the most extreme cases. That would certainly be a bummer to owning a hoverboard. The purpose of these new laws obviously is to promote safety not only for hoverboard owners and riders, but also for drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists.

We cannot help you if you have a problem with these new hoverboard laws, but we can help you out of jail if you are arrested for violating any of these laws.

San Bernadino County Bail Bond Store has affordable, low monthly rate bail bonds that get defendants released from jail quicker than other bail bond companies.

Learn more about the bail bonds process by talking to one of our bail agents online or calling us at 800-793-2245.

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Bail Is Easier With San Bernadino County Bail Bond Store


Trust us when we say that that dealing with a loved one’s arrest is no easy feat. You can be the richest, smartest person in the world, and yet still have an internal struggle with such an issue. If you think it is hard for you to deal with, think about how hard it is for your loved one who is in jail. As angry and upset as you may be with him or her, they need you now more than ever to support them financially and, perhaps, emotionally.

Mostly, your greatest efforts will come through from your emotional support. As far as financial support goes, that is where San Bernadino County Bail Bond Store steps in. We cannot pay the full bail for you, but we certainly can help lower the overall costs significantly; by 90%. This way, you are only paying 10%. With our help, your loved one will be out of jail in no time.

Find out exactly how bail bonds work by talking to one of our representatives online right now or by calling 800-793-2245.

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