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Fireworks Laws You Need to Follow

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The 4th of July is marked with reds, whites, and blues, barbecue food, and fireworks. This holiday, America’s birthday, is one of those few special times of the year that people can celebrate with fireworks, and it is the only time of the year to actually purchase them, believe it or not.


This 4th of July, make sure you are up to date on California’s fireworks laws if you plan on using them at your own party. The laws are easy to understand and follow, and will still allow you to have more than enough fun and excitement.


  • There are “Safe and Sane” fireworks and there are “Dangerous” ones. It is illegal for anyone to sell or purchase dangerous fireworks unless the person holds a special pyrotechnic license.
  • The only individuals who are allowed to purchase, own, and use “dang...

Would You Want to Miss The 4th of July Celebration?

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America’s birthday is just a few weeks away, and because it is such a big bash every year, plans get put into motion weeks in advance. There is only one way to celebrate America’s birthday every year, and that is with a bang. Go all out! Wear red, white, and blue, gather your friends, and hit the beach, throw a barbecue, go camping, or go for a weekend trip. You have 3 days to celebrate, 3 straight days to not worry about work or school. However, you have 3 straight days to keep yourself in check or else the police will put you in check.

The police will be setting up more checkpoints than normal all weekend long. They will have more presence on the beaches and around parks. They are on the lookout for people who are too drunk...

How This 4th Of July Will Be Different Than Others

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Your July 4th celebrations must be in the works already and this year, America’s birthday lands on a weekend, meaning the parties are going to last longer than ever! Whether you’re barbecuing, hanging at the pool, hitting the beach, picnicking, or engaging in some other fun activities that we missed, make sure to cap your night off on a fun, celebratory note. That means two things:

  1. Drink (and drive) responsibility. Better yet, call a taxi or have a designated driver.
  2. Only play with legal fireworks, if you will be playing with your own fireworks.

Celebrations in the past have been generally safe but some have gotten too out of hand. Let’s hope this year is even better. Ending your night in jail before the weekend would be pretty awful, don’t you think?

Nonetheless, if you or a f...