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Hiring a bail bond company to help get your loved one out of jail is not a decision you make on the fly. It is true that you want to choose someone sooner rather than later, so your loved one can post bail faster. However, you want to do some research into multiple bail bond companies before making a final decision. Here are some things to look for:

    COST
    California bail bond companies charge 10% of the full bail amount as the premium. This is the amount you pay to the company. Obviously you will want a company that has no hidden fees or interest rates.

    FLEXIBILITY
    The bail bond company should be available 24/7, and should be understanding and accommodating to your current financial situations. Every client goes through this differently since no two situations are alike. Your bail bond company should understand this and work with you to come up with an affordable payment plan.

    SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
    Check out what former clients of the companies have said about their experiences. Just because one bail bond company has been in business longer than another, does not mean they are the best fit for you.

Where do you start looking for a bail bond company? Head on over to Madera Bail Bond Store. You can get a FREE consultation before making a decision to commit. You can contact us 24/7 online or by phone at 559-674-0444. Talk to one of our friendly bail agents and get your questions answered. Inquire about our zero down bail bonds and discounts we offer to see if you qualify. At Madera Bail Bond Store, you can rest easy knowing that can get the bail help you need at an affordable price.

For reliable 24/7 bail bond service, call Madera Bail Bond Store at 559-674-0444 or Chat With Us now.

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New Driving Laws In California – 2017 Edition

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There are a couple of new driving laws you are going to want to know about if you are a Californian. They involve cell phone use and are very closely related to the existing laws.

The old laws had a loophole where drivers would hold their cell phone in their hand while driving because they were using their GPS. The old law never stated the phone had to be mounted to the vehicle. The new laws that are now in effect require the phone to be mounted in certain locations, the lower right corner or the lower left corner of the windshield or onto the center console. A cell phone may not be attached to the middle of the windshield because it is obstructing clear view. In addition, drivers may use one finger to conduct a single swipe or tap on the screen.

Another new driving-related law more clearly defines the legality of motorcycle lane-splitting in California. The old laws never clearly outlined the rules. Now, motorcycles are not allowed to travel 50-60+ miles per hour through standstill traffic. They must be going slower.

Madera Bail Bond Store would like to inform you of these new driving-related laws. These are two of the more prominent ones that apply to everyone on the road. The goal is always to keep the roads safe.