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4th of July Travel Tips

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Perhaps the best thing about 4th of July this year is that it falls on a Monday, which means it is a 3-day weekend. This allows many people to go out of town and celebrate. However, before you take off, we recommend you plan out your itinerary and do some research, not on where to go and what to eat, but on the laws of what you can and cannot do.

We recommend looking up driving, drinking, and most importantly for this July 4 weekend; fireworks laws. For example, in California, it is legal to turn right on red, but illegal in other states. In California, the legal BAC is 0.08%; the legal limit in other states may be higher or lower. In California, many parks and beaches do not allow open alcohol containers, which may be different for other states...

California Fireworks Laws

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4th of July is close, and we have got all the do’s and don’ts of fireworks for you right here. These are not just safety tips, but actual California laws that you must follow, which are structured around safety.

  • “Dangerous Fireworks” are 100% illegal for the public to sell, purchase, and set off. Dangerous Fireworks include rockets, sparklers longer than 10 inches, torpedoes, roman candles, firecrackers, and more. Almost all fireworks, especially the ones that create a big boom in the sky. Dangerous Fireworks may only be sold to, purchased by, and set off by licensed professionals who organize the big, official fireworks show.
  • “Safe and Sane Fireworks” are the select few fireworks that the public may sell, purchase, and set off...