California Vehicle Code - VEH

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  • General Provisions
  • Division 1. Words and Phrases Defined
  • Division 2. Administration
  • Division 3. Registration of Vehicles and Certificates of Title
  • Division 3.5. Registration and Transfer of Vessels
  • Division 3.6. Vehicle Sales
  • Division 4. Special Antitheft Laws
  • Division 5. Occupational Licensing and Business Regulations
  • Division 6. Drivers' Licenses
  • Division 6.5. Motor Vehicle Transactions with Minors
  • Division 6.7. Unattended Child in Motor Vehicle Safety Act
  • Division 7. Financial Responsibility Laws
  • Division 9. Civil Liability
  • Division 10. Accidents and Accident Reports
  • Division 11. Rules of the Road
  • Division 11.5. Sentencing for Driving While Under the Influence
  • Division 12. Equipment of Vehicles
  • Division 13. Towing and Loading Equipment
  • Division 14. Transportation of Explosives
  • Division 14.1. Transportation of Hazardous Material
  • Division 14.3. Transportation of Inhalation Hazards
  • Division 14.5. Transportation of Radioactive Materials
  • Division 14.7. Flammable and Combustible Liquids
  • Division 14.8. Safety Regulations
  • Division 14.85. Motor Carriers of Property Permit Act
  • Division 14.9. Motor Vehicle Damage Control
  • Division 15. Size, Weight and Load
  • Division 16. Implements of Husbandry
  • Division 16.5. Off-Highway Vehicles
  • Division 16.6. Autonomous Vehicles
  • Division 16.7. Registration and Licensing of Bicycles
  • Division 17. Offenses and Prosecution
  • Division 18. Penalties and Disposition of Fees, Fines, and Forfeitures

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