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IMPORTANT NOTE: The department will perform on site inspections to conirm the contents of photographs.
Submission of fraudulent application form(s) and/or photograph(s) is grounds to refuse to issue this and any
− Photographs must be clear enough to ensure compliance with requirements.
− Each photograph must be dated and signed.
− Photograph must be attached to a sheet of paper, labeled and numbered according to directions below.
DIRECTIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPH REQUIREMENTS
− Photographs must clearly show an office set up to perform the duties required by the license type, including
adequate secure storage for accountable materials and records.
− Photograph(s) of the office entrance, which includes the office address from the outside of the building.
(NOTE: See directions under sign for further directions if the address is not affixed near the office entrance
or to the exterior of the building.)
− If the office entrance is not directly accessible from the exterior, then a photograph from the corridor showing
the direct entrance is also required.
• Office Use
− Exclusive Office Use: A full photograph from the entrance to the back wall which includes both side walls.
Option: Two or more photographs that can be placed together covering the entire office area.
− Non-Exclusive Office Use: Businesses involving vehicles or their component parts must be conducted
separate from other types of businesses. Provide photographs that clearly show the physical division
between businesses involving vehicles or their component parts, (1670 CVC).
• Books and Records
− Photograph(s) of where the books and records pertinent to the type of business being conducted are kept
− Photograph(s) must clearly show a sign permanently affixed to the exterior of the building, visible from a
distance of ifty (50) feet. If the address is not visible on the exterior of the building, then it must appear on
− Sign From Fifty (50) Feet: A photograph of the sign from a distance of ifty (50) feet is required.
− Sign From Property Entrance: A photograph of the sign from the nearest public entrance to the property.
• Display Area
− Photograph(s) must clearly show an area large enough for the type of vehicle(s) for sale and must be for the
exclusive use of the licensee.
− Photographs of the complete display area.
− Photograph(s) that shows the proximity of the display area(s) to the office. If the display area is not in the
immediate vicinity of the office, another permanently installed sign is required to identify the business name
and office address.
− Photograph(s) that includes display area sign(s). If utilizing designated parking spaces, a sign must be
permanently installed designating the spaces for the exclusive use of the licensee (business name). A copy
of a contract or lease agreement for the spaces must be included with the application.
− Licensees with minimal license requirements must submit a photograph that clearly shows the place of
business (exterior of building and/or property), posted business name sign and area for licensed activity.
A background investigation is conducted on all applicants and disclosure of a conviction may result in a temporary
operating permit not being issued.
Failure to disclose any and all convictions may result in the refusal, denial, or revocation of your license.
Pursuant to CVC Section 11703, the department may refuse to issue a license to any applicant who has been
convicted of a crime or committed any act or engaged in any conduct involving moral turpitude which is substantially
related to the qualiications, functions, or duties of the licensed activity.
A plea of nolo contendere is a conviction within the meaning of this section. In addition, Article 4 and Article 6.1
of Title 13, of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) provide guidelines used by the department in determining
whether a license should be issued.
Scenic Driving in California is awesome. The Golden State is car crazy, though most drivers use their cars for the daily commute, which is not all that exciting.
Taking a road trip up and down the Pacific Coast Highway is always cool, but there are many places to see along the streets, roads, boulevards, highways and freeways of California by automobile or motorcycle.
Below is a list of the most popular California scenic drive video articles ever featured on this blog. Some of the videos are extremely unusual and most feature music. You’ll find a favorite in this eclectic mix, guaranteed.
CALIFORNIA SCENIC DRIVES
1980s L.A. Scenic Drive features footage, split into three videos, that puts you in the car seat for a drive through 1985 Los Angeles with the radio playing the music of the day. A blast to the past through an alien world.
California Coast Motorcycle Ride takes you on a winding tour of the California coast on the Pacific Coast Highway. Great video of scenery at a bike pace that’s not too fast and kind of relaxing. Very cool.
Mt. Shasta Scenic Drive features an extremely popular video that has you driving at 90 mph through a pine forest up to a snow-capped Mount Shasta. The weird music soundtrack is absolutely phenomenal.
Ferrari California Cars for All takes you along for an adrenalin-pumping race along the coastal canyon roads of Northern California. Lots of revving as the blue Californiaand red California duel. Which car will win?
Lake Tahoe Scenic Drive takes you along snowy roads, cruising through the pine trees around Lake Tahoe to Spanish guitar music. Suddenly, for the rest of the video, you’re driving 100 mph to a hot dance track!
California’s Favorite Rolls-Royce takes you through canyons, along the ocean, on the boulevard and back in a brand new Rolls-Royce Ghost, seen from every angle, as you become the “1-percent,” dahling.
Joshua Tree Scenic Drive transports you through millions of Southern California high desert Joshua Trees in a shiny red Porsche at 150 mph with a music soundtrack by the rock band U2. Hello!
Mojave Desert Stunt Driving provides a wild shotgun ride-along with megastar stunt car driver Ken Block that becomes a duel with dirt bike daredevil Ricky Carmichael. Totally freakin’ awesome.
Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Drive puts you behind the wheel for a drive along Southern California beaches with the sunset glowing in between a million palm trees to the sound of 1970. Groovy, man.
Beverly Hills Scenic Rodeo Drive has you in the passenger seat, floating along Rodeo Drive, past all the exclusive boutiques, then cruising amid the mansions to techno tunes on the stereo, Kardashian-style.
Malibu Beach Scenic Drive has you playing a Kardashian sidekick once more with a cruise down Highway 1 in Malibu past Cher’s beach house. The stereo is still blaring techno music, but the scenery is cool.
You know, sometimes you’ve just gotta get behind the steering wheel, slam on the gas pedal and see what’s up in the Golden State. Seriously.
State Investigators Arrest Two Riverside Men In Tax Fraud Probe
November 01, 2013
Posh home and Auto Sales Businesses Raided
State investigators with the Franchise Tax Board and Board of Equalization raided a million dollar-plus residence in Riverside and two automobile sales businesses Tuesday, October 29. After serving the search warrants, investigators arrested Ahmad Mohamod Sami, 38 and Nader M. Sami, 45, both of Riverside. According to the Riverside County Jail’s website, the two men were each booked on three felony charges including white collar crime, failure to turn over government money and filing false tax returns.
Investigators searched the homes on Wyndham Hill Drive and could be seen loading potential evidence into rented moving vans. Parked on the two acre parcel were two Bentleys and a Jaguar, all with paper auto dealer plates on them.
Investigators also searched and removed items from A-one Auto Centers located in Riverside and San Bernardino.
“While this investigation has stirred up questions and intrigue among the public in Riverside, the investigators must go about their duties to determine what laws have been violated and see this case through the prosecution process,” said Alan Barcelona, president of the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA). CSLEA represents nearly 7,000 law enforcement, public safety and consumer protection professionals who work for the State of California including investigators with the Franchise Tax Board.