A new law in California, effective from January 1, aims to address the rising issue of catalytic converter thefts by imposing stricter penalties. Under Assembly Bill 641, individuals caught with nine or more stolen catalytic converters will face misdemeanor charges and fines of up to $1,000 per offense. This legislation has prompted experts to discuss the potential impact it will have on curbing thefts and the challenges associated with enforcing it.
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