I believe the fine is around 1,000 if that's true the state stands to make some fast and easy cash if they decide to enforce the new state requirement. Currently CA. is cashed strapped.Outside of the airport, it'll be interesting to see if they actually enforce this.
ppllThere's a helicopter over my house, no stickers on my car, I'm online. Nooo....
Your fellow drivers are the ones who care where the stickers are placed on your car, no one else gives a crap. That's Right, drivers will be the Aholes who rat you out.
We're not in competition with each other.
I have never heard (yet) of someone getting cited for no trade dress or improper trade dress. No trade dress maybe has happened at SAN, has anyone heard of anyone being cited for that?There was also I believe a $1000 fine when only one trade dress was required. At that time before 6/27/16 I observed many cars displaying the trade dress incorrectly? How many were cited then? I think the only place you might have an issue is in harbor police territory or airport.
I have the old on the back and front thanks to the envelope that was provided with my Lyft badge.Just to say it again, the new trade dress as supplied by Uber looks like CRAP! I got two of them in the mail, like everyone else probably and nope, I will never put one on my car
Maybe? That's what I was saying, the cops would have no idea of what is current or not and I don't really think they would try to hold anyone to that standard unless they were really dicks. I think the old U - the one that everyone recognizes - front and back would totally suffice.So do the regs call for front/back or front/back with current trade design?
I believe the fine is around 1,000 if that's true the state stands to make some fast and easy cash if they decide to enforce the new state requirement. Currently CA. is cashed strapped.
In the last 18 months I have never displayed any Trade Dress. The jury is still out on whether I will continue to defy the new requirements or not. In addition I don't want to be made an example of by receiving one of the first tickets. I"ll see how it all plays out.[/QUOTe
One could always put the rear trade dress on the rear deck. Say it just fell, or a drunk was ****ing with it or whatever. If you were flying the front dress chances are you might skate. I doubt if many cops know it is a requirement. If SD wanted to have made easy money over cracking down on Uber/Lyft we would have known by now.