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Speeding Is Illegal and Dangerous

Speeding Is Illegal and Dangerous

Everyone has been late to something in their life. Anyone who has experienced this can attest to the fact that it is not fun. This makes a lot of people do whatever they can to avoid running late again in the future. Unfortunately, some people do this by breaking the law.

Speeding doesn’t seem like a big deal to a lot of drivers out there, especially since so many people do it on a daily basis. However, speeding is still illegal because it is dangerous. Speeding is classified as driving faster than what could be considered safe or prudent based on weather, visibility, and traffic.

The faster someone drives, the less time they have to react to an unexpected change or danger. This is what causes accidents. In fact, speeding is the third most common cause of accidents. Driving under the ...

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Can You Drive While High?

Can You Drive While High?

At the start of 2018, California made it legal for marijuana to be sold from licensed dispensaries. This allowed people to consume marijuana recreationally, much in the same way that alcohol is allowed to be used. While this excited many people, some failed to realize some of the implications of the new.

The biggest factor of the law, is that while people are allowed to use marijuana recreationally, they still need to be responsible. Many of the new rules regarding the usage of marijuana are comparable to the laws around the drinking of alcohol. This includes the rule that a person cannot legally drive a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

If a person is caught driving while under the influence of marijuana, they will likely face DUI charges...

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Could Parents Face Jail Time for Taking Away Their Child’s Cellphone?

Could Parents Face Jail Time for Taking Away Their Child’s Cellphone?

Pretty much every adult out there today, could tell you how if they didn’t behave well as a child, their favorite toy or item would get taken away until they cleaned up their act. It’s a parenting strategy that adults have been using for as long as anyone can remember. Doing this teaches a kid that their bad behavior will result in undesirable consequences.

In today’s modern world, the most prized device of teens is their smartphone, an object that was nonexistent just a few decades ago. Naturally, this has become the go to object to take away from a misbehaving teen. However, doing this can have some unexpected consequences, as one Michigan mother found out.

The mother in question took 15-year-old daughter’s phone away as punishment for getting in trouble at school...

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Do You Know If Your Money Is Real?

Do You Know If Your Money Is Real?

Money is a pretty big part of everyone’s lives. Most people spend their weekdays working hard to earn just enough money to make it through another week. Meanwhile, a very small group of people out there try to cheat the system and print their own money. This is called counterfeiting and even though the bills may look the same to government printed bills, they counterfeit ones have no monetary value. If a person wants to avoid getting stuck with a counterfeit bill, then they need to know how to check its authenticity.

There are several security measures in place to help people identify real bills from counterfeit ones.

Color Shifting Ink: On all bills divisible by 5, the bottom right number should be printing in color shifting ink...

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Who Pays for Fire Damages?

Who Pays for Fire Damages?

Wildfires ravaged the California wilderness this year causing millions upon millions of dollars in property damage. After the ash and smoke settled, many people began to wonder who would be financially responsible for all of the damage. In some instances, it falls onto a single individual. In others, the weight of the financial burden falls onto companies.

The latter has been a very big deal as of late, since Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has been deemed responsible for dozens of wildfires that ravaged Northern California last year. Thanks to recent passing Senate Bill (SB) 901, PG&E will be able to push some of the financial cost of paying for the damages onto its customers. This applies to any fires started by utility companies in 2017.

Starting in 2019, all utility companies will be...

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Want the Best? Go to Mojave Bail Bond Store

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If you want a fast, affordable, and reliable bail bond company to help get your loved one out of a California jail, contact Mojave Bail Bond Store online, or at 661-272-0151. If you want anything less than that, you can contact another bail bond company. Good luck with that!


call-mojave-bailbonds Mojave Bail Bond Store is consistently rated as one of California’s best bail bond companies.


Available 24/7, this company employs agents who are genuinely concerned and eager to reunite families. Other companies take on agents who could care less about their work and this reflects on their performance.

These other companies also try and trick you into paying them more money. At Mojave Bail Bond Store, we have the most dedicated, passionate agents...

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Debunking Common Bail Bond Myths

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Contrary to popular belief, bail agents do not dress and talk like a bodyguard or club bouncer. Some may have the build of one, but not all of us. You really have nothing to be afraid or intimidated of when you approach a bail bond company like Mojave Bail Bond Store. In fact, we are some of the most genuine, helpful, and honest strangers you will ever meet. Here are some more real truths to those very fake myths.

    Myth: Bail bonds are scams.

    Truth: Bail bonds are not scams. There is nothing sketchy here. The bail bond industry is a legitimate business that is an alternative to cash bail and a 100% legal way to get a loved one out of jail. The premium costs 10% of the full bail amount and comes with a payment plan, 0% interest, and no hidden fees...

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Your Tax Return = a Bail Bond Contribution

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If you are helping your loved one by paying for their bail bond, they are putting a lot of trust in you to not fall behind or miss a payment. In return, you’re also putting a lot of trust in them to make it to their court appointments and stay out of trouble.

Paying for a bail bond is a big commitment and comes with a lot of responsibility. At first you might hesitate at the idea of paying for someone else because it is your money after all, but you will get over that thought the moment you see how much your loved one thrives outside of jail.

You do not want to miss a payment. Mojave Bail Bond Store will work with you in the beginning stages to come up with a payment plan that fits your financial needs. They will help make sure you are staying on top of you payments...

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The Art of Bailing Out of Jail

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Bailing out of jail is a task that is less complex than most people think, and it is certainly a stress reliever as well. It requires a little bit of research, professional help, money, and a lot of moral support and strength. Here is what it takes to bail a person out of jail.

    1. Hiring a professional bail agent and company.
    Some research ought to be done in order to find the best bail bond company to help you. Affordability, response rate, work speed, and overall customer satisfaction are important things to look for.
    2. Settling on a workable payment schedule.
    A bail bond will cost at the very least, 10% of the bail amount. This 10% is called the premium and can be split up into multiple payments that are made weekly or monthly, depending on the payment schedule...

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Rainy Weather Driving Checklist

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It looks like California may be on its way out of a drought. We have seen more rain this year, than we have the last few years. With that being said, how up-to-date is your knowledge on driving in wet weather? Do you know the best precautions to take and what tips to follow to practice safe driving? Here is Mojave Bail Bond Store’s checklist for wet-weather driving:

Before driving:

  • Make sure all vehicle lights are working properly: headlights, tail lights, brake lights, signal lights, daytime running lights, high beams, interior lights.
  • Make sure windshield wipers are working and in good condition.
  • Make sure your car horn is working.
  • Check your brakes.
  • Check air levels in tires and the tire treads.
  • Take note that the first rainy day after a dry spell always produces the slipperiest r...
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