Monday, October 21, 2019

Executive 0rder - IF YOU ARE “sanctioned person,”power to freeze all bank accounts

The latest executive order (EO) emanating from the White House October 9 now claims the power to freeze all bank accounts and stop any related financial transactions that a “sanctioned person” may own or try to perform — all in the name of “Iran Sanctions.”

Titled an “Executive Order from the President regarding Authorizing the Implementation of Certain Sanctions…” the order says that if an individual is declared by the president, the secretary of state, or the secretary of the treasury to be a “sanctioned person,” he (or she) will be unable to obtain access to his accounts, will be unable to process any loans (or make them), or move them to any other financial institution inside or outside the United States. In other words, his financial resources will have successfully been completely frozen. The EO expands its authority by making him unable to use any third party such as “a partnership, association, trust, joint venture, corporation, subgroup or other organization” that might wish to help him or allow him to obtain access to his funds.
And if the individual so “sanctioned” decides that the ruling is unfair, he isn’t allowed to sue. In two words, the individual has successfully been robbed blind.
But it’s all very legal. The EO says the president has his “vested authority” to issue it, and then references endless previous EOs, including one dating back to 1995 which declared a “state of emergency” (which hasn’t been lifted): Executive Order 12957.
EO 12957 was issued by President Bill Clinton on March 15, 1995, which was also obliquely related to the Iran “problem”:
I, William J. Clinton, President of the United States of America, find that the actions and policies of the Government of Iran to constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States, and hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.
Clinton’s EO further delegated such powers as were necessary to enforce the EO to the secretaries of the treasury and state “to employ all powers … as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this order. The Secretary of the Treasury may redelegate any of these functions to other officers and agencies of the United States Government.”
Such EOs are the perfect embodiment of what the Founders feared the most: the combining of the legislative, executive, and judicial functions into one body. Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution says: “All legislative powers herein shall be vested in a Congress of the United States.” As Thomas Eddlem, writing for The New American, expressed it, “then it stands to reason [that] none is left for the president.”
But Joe Wolverton, also in The New American, pointed out the particular piece of language the Founders used to limit the powers of the president which totalitarians have twisted to allow such powers to expand: the “take care” clause, to wit: Article II, Section 3: he [the president] shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed…
With every EO, the president avoids the cumbersome constitutional safeguards spelled out by the Constitution, and uses them to implement policies he “knows” are right. Says Wolverton: “With every one of these … executive orders, then, the president elevates his mind and will above that of the people, Congress and the courts.”
The current administration has had a lot of help in justifying and codifying the legitimacy of executive orders, going all the way back to President George Washington who in 1793 issued his “Neutrality Proclamation,” which declared that the United States would remain neutral in the current conflict between France and Great Britain, and would bring sanctions against any American citizen who attempted to provide assistance to either party. The language of Washington is eerily similar to that used by President Obama in the present case:
I have therefore thought fit by these presents to declare the disposition of the United States to observe the conduct aforesaid toward those powers respectively, and to exhort and warn the citizens of the United States carefully to avoid all acts and proceedings whatsoever which may in any manner tend to contravene such disposition…
I have given instructions to those officers to whom it belongs to cause prosecutions to be instituted against all persons who shall, within the cognizance of the courts of the United States, violate the law of nations with respect to the powers at war, or any of them.
When James Madison protested Washington’s usurpation of powers not intended for the president, Congress acquiesced and passed, retroactively, the Neutrality Act of 1794, validating Washington’s usurpation.
President Lincoln engaged in similar usurpations, using presidential “directives” to run the early months of the Civil War, presenting Congress with, as Todd Gaziano put it,
the decision either to adopt his [directives] as legislation or to cut off support for the Union army.
Within his first two months in office, on April 15, 1861, Lincoln issued a proclamation activating troops to defeat the Southern rebellion and for Congress to convene on July 4.
He also issued proclamations to procure warships and to expand the size of the military; in both cases, the proclamations provided for payment to be advanced from the Treasury without congressional approval.
These latter actions were probably unconstitutional, but Congress acquiesced in the face of wartime contingencies, and the matters were never challenged in court.
President Franklin Roosevelt often overlooked the niceties of constitutional restraints as well. As Gaziano expressed it, “FDR also showed a tendency to abuse his executive order authority and [to] claim powers that were not conferred on him in the Constitution or by statute.”
As far as numbers of executive orders issued, Obama is a piker. At the moment, although the list is growing, his administration has issued only 900 or so executive orders. President Theodore Roosevelt issued 1,006 while President Woodrow Wilson issued 1,791. Even President Calvin Coolidge used the EO “privilege” 1,253 times.
The granddaddy of them all, FDR, issued an astounding 3,728 executive orders, but of course he was in office longer than Obama.
President Bill Clinton issued only 364 executive orders, but he made the most of them, using this extra-legal power to, among other things, wage war in Yugoslavia without congressional approval. Cliff Kincaid collated the numerous EOs issued by Clinton in 1998 and 1999, and concluded:
Clinton waged his war on Yugoslavia through executive order and presidential directive. Clinton used executive orders to designate a “war zone,” call up troops, proclaim a “national emergency” with respect to Yugoslavia, and impose economic sanctions on the Belgrade government.
Clinton claimed war-making presidential authority through his “constitutional authority” to conduct “foreign relations,” as “Commander in Chief” and as “Chief Executive.” Under this self-designated authority, Clinton delegated command-and-control of U.S. forces to NATO and its Secretary-General Javier Solana, who decided when the air war would be discontinued…
The most outrageous executive order of all time was that issued by President Roosevelt that allowed the enforced internment of 120,000 Japanese-Americans: 9066.
Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) called EOs patently unconstitutional. When asked about them by Fox News’ Megan Kelly, Paul responded:
The Constitution says that only Congress passes laws. The executive branch is not allowed to pass laws, nor should the judicial system pass laws. So it is clearly unconstitutional to issue these executive orders.
They’ve been done for a long time, both parties have done it, but the Congress is careless. They allow and encourage and do these deals … to get the president to circumvent the Congress. If something’s unpopular and he can’t get it passed, well, let’s just sign an executive order. So I think that is blatantly wrong. I think this defies everything the founders intended. I think it’s a shame that Congress does it, and I think it’s a shame that the American people put up with it.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

No California DMV codes show any law stating you need a driver license or registration for Automobile


Unable to find any law in California listing you must have driver license or registration to travel in automobile.

My SECOND request for confirmation that my private NON-COMMERCIAL automobile is UNREGISTERED, and that the Driver’s License I was defrauded into applying for was VOIDED, and with an additional REQUEST for information and/or an application for acquiring EXEMPT plates for my private conveyance as is required of you under 188 Cal. 734; 207 P. 251; 1922 Cal. LEXIS 477.

The State has failed to show me any law or proof its mandatory and required to register my private automobile and apply for a driver license. I’m simply requesting the State of California DMV to show me in context the States authority to regulate, create statutes for my intrastate travels in my private automobile. The States are subject to Federal regulations which only apply to commercial vehicles. By law the State can only regulate intrastate commerce. I do not travel in commerce. 

200 years of case law that confirm that the right to travel is an unregulable/untaxable and Constitutionally-protected, unalienable right of every human NOT engaged in COMMERCE when traveling in their automobiles. THE FACT that U.S. Codes with numerous departments including DEPARTMENT of MOTOR VEHICLES (DMV) definitions all pertain to COMMERCE. In U.S. v Guest, 383 U.S. 745 (1966), the Supreme Court noted, "It is a right that has been firmly established and repeatedly recognized." In fact, in Shapiro v Thompson, 394 U.S. 618 (1969), Justice Stewart noted in a concurring opinion that "it is a right broadly assertable against private interference as well as governmental action. Like the right of association, it is a virtually unconditional personal right, guaranteed by the Constitution to us all."

The DMV fraud and cover-up of the fraud for the purposes of extorting astronomical amounts of money out of Americans while treading on their Natural Rights is the alteration of definitions in the Vehicle Code of words like “Motor Vehicle” (removing from it all evidence of a “Motor Vehicle” being a COMMERCIAL VEHICLE), and the removal of some definitions altogether, such as California has done with the words “automobile” and “transportation” which are nowhere to be found HERE: California Vehicle Code - VEHICLE, DIVISION 1. WORDS AND PHRASES DEFINED.
(As noted above, the definition of AUTOMOBILE and TRANSPORTATION is no longer to be found in the DMV’s definitions in their code). 

However, you replaced the word TRANSPORTATION with and define the term “TRANSPORTER”: VEHICLE, DIVISION 1. 645 (a) A “transporter” is a person engaged in the business of moving any owned or lawfully possessed vehicle by lawful methods over the highways for the purpose of delivery of such vehicles to dealers, sales agents of a manufacturer, purchasers, or to a new location as requested by the owner.

IN OTHER WORDS - COMMERCE. Therefore, it obviously follows that “TRANSPORTATION” would be defined as the COMMERCIAL activity of someone engaged in a for-hire capacity. The language and definition of “motor vehicle” was changed in 1961 as a means to deliberately con people into believing that their RIGHTFUL use of the highways was a regularly “privilege” that required licensing.

Just look at CALIFORNIA Vehicle Code – VEHICLE DIVISION 1. WORDS AND PHRASES DEFINED [100 - 681]  ( Division 1 enacted by Stats. 1959, Ch. 3. ) 260 (a)  --  A “commercial vehicle” is a motor vehicle of a type required to be registered under this code used or maintained for the transportation of persons for hire, compensation, or profit or designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property. 

The DMV codes reads passenger vehicles and house cars are not used for hire and are not commercial vehicles. The DMV separates: commercial vehicle, passenger vehicle, house car vehicle, van pool vehicle, all in different class, but the DMV still labels them all as “motor vehicles” one as the same. 

My self and many other TRAVELERS find it very interesting that you use the word “Transportation” within commercial definitions, but you do not define it. I also find it very interesting that you use the word “AUTOMOBILE” on DMV documents: CERTIFICATE OF TITLE and DMV revised VERIFICATION OF VEHICLE (31) FORM under Body Type Model Codes and Emission Label Test Group, but you do not define it. Perhaps you can let me know WHY that is.
CAN IT BE ANY CLEARER TO DMV THAN THIS: U.S. Supreme Court, Reno V. Condon, Jan. 12, 2000: “The activity licensed by state DMVs and in connection with which individuals must submit personal information to the DMV is itself integrally RELATED TO INTERSTATE COMMERCE.”   [emphasis, mine]

The Motor Vehicle Transportation License Act of 1925 which clearly states: “Those who transport no persons or property for hire or compensation, by motor vehicle, have been determined in the Bacon Service Corporation case to be lawful exemptions.” (See: re Schmolke (1926) 199 Cal. 42, 46.)

The "right to travel" means the supposed right to "travel freely in your private property / automobile / conveyance on the public roads / highways without a driver's license, insurance or registration and exempt from regulation or interruption provided one does not engage in commerce to earn a profit.
California is not the only State. The Oregon Supreme Court, as well, ruled (see: generally Kalich v. Knapp, 73 Or. 558) “the legislature has no power to regulate the people or their automobiles.”

To start, the presumed right to travel is firmly established from cases in U.S. law and precedent. You must know “LEGALESE”, the language used in court. Normal definition of words is not the same in court. A state’s Department of Motor Vehicles, whether California or Florida regulates “motor vehicles,” not automobiles, and as with any other circumstance, words have meaning.

“OPERATOR” - of a “motor vehicle” is “the person who is licensed to have the car on the streets in the business of carrying passengers for hire; while the 'driver' is the one who actually drives the car. However, in the actual prosecution of business, it was possible for the same person to be both 'operator' and 'driver.'" Newbill vs. Union Indemnity Co., 60 SE.2d 658.

"DRIVER” - One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle..." Bovier's Law Dictionary, 1914 ed., p. 940.

"TRAVELER” - One who passes from place to place, whether for pleasure, instruction, business, or health." Locket vs. State, 47 Ala. 45; Bovier's Law Dictionary, 1914 ed., p. 3309.

"TRAFFIC” - Commerce, trade, sale or exchange of merchandise, bills, money, or the like. The passing of goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money..."; Bovier's Law Dictionary, 1914 ed., p. 3307.

Furthermore, the word "traffic" and "travel" must have different meanings which the courts recognize. The difference is recognized in Ex Parte Dickey, supra:

The court, by using both terms, signified its recognition of a distinction between the two. But, what was the distinction?  But to clear up any doubt:

     "The word 'traffic' is manifestly used here in secondary sense, and has reference to the business of transportation rather than to its primary meaning of interchange of commodities." Allen vs. City of Bellingham , 163 P. 18.

The above Supreme Court case the State of Washington has defined the word "traffic" (in either it’s primary or secondary sense) in reference to business, and not to mere travel! So it is clear that the term "traffic" is business related and therefore, it is a "privilege."

Here are some other case citations:
CASE #1: "The use of the highway for the purpose of travel and
transportation is not a mere privilege, but a common fundamental right of
which the public and individuals cannot rightfully be deprived." Chicago
Motor Coach v. Chicago , 169 NE 221.

CASE #2: "The right of the citizen to travel upon the public highways
and to transport his property thereon, either by carriage or by automobile,
is not a mere privilege which a city may prohibit or permit at will, but a
common law right which he has under the right to life, liberty, and the
pursuit of happiness." Thompson v. Smith, 154 SE 579.

CASE #3: "The right to travel is a part of the liberty of which the
citizen cannot be deprived without due process of law under the Fifth
Amendment." Kent v. Dulles, 357 US 116, 125.

CASE #4: "The right to travel is a well-established common right that
does not owe its existence to the federal government. It is recognized by
the courts as a natural right." Schactman v. Dulles 96 App DC 287, 225
F2d 938, at 941.

It could not be stated more directly or conclusively that citizens of the states have a common law right to travel, without approval or restriction (license), and that this right is protected under the U.S. Constitution.

"The use of the highways for the purpose of travel and transportation is not a mere privilege, but a common and fundamental Right of which the public and the individual cannot be rightfully deprived." [emphasis added] Chicago Motor Coach vs. Chicago, 169 NE 22; Ligare vs. Chicago, 28 NE 934; Boon vs. Clark, 214 SSW 607; 25 Am.Jur. (1st) Highways Sect.163.

In U.S. v  Guest, 383 U.S. 745 (1966), the Supreme Court noted, "It is a right that has been firmly established and repeatedly recognized." In fact, in Shapiro v Thompson, 394 U.S. 618 (1969), Justice Stewart noted in a concurring opinion that "it is a right broadly assertable against private interference as well as governmental action. Like the right of association it is a virtually unconditional personal right, guaranteed by the Constitution to us all."

The following United States Code sections show the codes are associated with “commercial vehicles” only and do not list any proof its mandatory and required to register or apply for a driver license while traveling in my automobile.

Title 1 U.S. Code § 4 -The word “vehicle” includes every description of carriage or other artificial contrivance used, or capable of being used, as a means of transportation on land.

Title 15 U.S. Code Comm. & Trade § 1231 (c) The term "automobile" includes any passenger car or station wagon.

Title 15 U.S. Code Comm. & Trade § 1231 (d) The term “new automobile” means an automobile the equitable or legal title to which has never been transferred by a manufacturer, distributor, or dealer to an ultimate purchaser.

Title 18 USC  § 31 (a)(6) Motor vehicle — The term “motor vehicle” means every description of carriage or other contrivance propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used for “commercial purposes” on the highways in the transportation of passengers, passengers and property, or property or cargo.

Title 18 U.S. Code § 31 (a)(10) Used for commercial purposes - The term “used for commercial purposes” means the carriage of persons or property for any fare, fee, rate, charge or other consideration, or directly or indirectly in connection with any business, or other undertaking intended for profit.

Title 26 U.S. Code I.R.S. § 4064 (1) Automobile In general the term “automobile” means any 4-wheeled vehicle propelled by fuel—
(i) Which is manufactured primarily for use on public streets, roads, and highways (except any vehicle operated exclusively on a rail or rails), and
(ii) Which is rated at 6,000 pounds unloaded gross vehicle weight or less.

Title 49 U.S. Code  Trans. § 32901 (3) Except as provided in section 32908 of this title, “automobile” means a 4-wheeled vehicle that is propelled by fuel, or by alternative fuel, manufactured primarily for use on public streets, roads, and highways and rated at less than 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight.

Title 49 U.S. Code Trans. § 32908 (1) “Automobile” includes an automobile rated at not more than 8,500 pounds gross vehicle weight regardless of whether the Secretary of Transportation has applied this chapter to the automobile under section 32901(a)(3)(B) of this title. 

Title 49 U.S. Code Trans. § 32901 (a)(3)(B) Clearly identify the “automobile” as a dual fueled automobile;

The following California DMV code sections show the codes are associated with “commercial vehicles” only and do not list any proof its mandatory and required to register or apply for a driver license while traveling in my automobile.

 C.V.C. § 34500 - The department shall regulate the safe operation of the following vehicles:
(a) Motortrucks of three or more axles that are more than 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating.
(b) Truck tractors.
(c) Buses, schoolbuses, school pupil activity buses, youth buses, farm labor vehicles, modified limousines, and general public paratransit vehicles.
(d) Trailers and semitrailers designed or used for the transportation of more than 10 persons, and the towing motor vehicle.
(e) Trailers and semitrailers, pole or pipe dollies, auxiliary dollies, and logging dollies used in combination with vehicles listed in subdivision (a), (b), (c), (d), or (j). This subdivision does not include camp trailers, trailer coaches, and utility trailers.
(f) A combination of a motortruck and a vehicle or vehicles set forth in subdivision (e) that exceeds 40 feet in length when coupled together.
(g) A vehicle, or a combination of vehicles, transporting hazardous materials.

C.V.C. § 21100 - Local authorities may adopt rules and regulations by ordinance or resolution regarding all of the following matters:
(a) Regulating or prohibiting processions or assemblages on the highways.
(b) Licensing and regulating the operation of vehicles for hire and drivers of passenger vehicles for hire.
(c) Regulating traffic by means of traffic officers.
(d) Regulating traffic by means of official traffic control devices meeting the requirements of C.V.C. § 21400
(e)(1) Regulating traffic by means of a person given temporary or permanent appointment for that duty by the local authority when official traffic control devices are disabled or otherwise inoperable, at the scenes of accidents or disasters, or at locations as may require traffic direction for orderly traffic flow.
(n) Licensing and regulating the operation of pedicabs for hire, as defined in Section 467.5 , and operators of pedicabs for hire, including requiring one or more of the following documents: (1) A valid California driver's license.

C.V.C. § 670  -  A “vehicle” is a device by which any person or property may be propelled, moved, or drawn upon a highway, excepting a device moved exclusively by human power or used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks.

C.V.C. § 415  (a) - A “motor vehicle” is a vehicle that is self-propelled.
 (c) For purposes of Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 3000) of Division 2, “motor vehicle” includes a recreational vehicle as that term is defined in subdivision (a) of Section 18010 of the Health and Safety Code, but does not include a truck camper.

C.V.C. § 465 - A “passenger vehicle” is any motor vehicle, other than a motortruck, truck tractor, or a bus, as defined in Section 233, and used or maintained for the transportation of persons. The term “passenger vehicle” shall include a housecar.

Government Code  § 39601 (a) -The state board shall adopt standards, rules, and regulations in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, necessary for the proper execution of the powers and duties granted to, and imposed upon, the state board by this division and by any other provision of law.
(b)  The state board, by rules and regulations, may revise the definitions of terms set forth in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 39010) of Part 1 in order to conform those definitions to federal laws and rules and regulations.

In other words, failure of the Constitution to mention a specific right does not mean that the government can abridge that right, but its protection has to be found elsewhere, and the evidence of the protection of a free people’s RIGHT TO TRAVEL is overwhelming and evident.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

DMV RULES AND REGULATION CODES COVERS THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA cAN'T FIND THE STATUTE YOU NEED LICENSE AND REGISTRATION TO TRAVEL.





































The States are subject to Federal regulations which apply to "commercial motor vehicles" only. By law, the State can only regulate intrastate commerce, with U.S. government only regulating interstate commerce. Statutes are not law, and no law is valid that requires us to waive any fundamental rights in order to comply with the demands of something called "the State".   


I WILL SHOW YOU 100% DMV IS COMMITTING FRAUD. YOUR PRIVATE AUTOMOBILE IS NOT SUBJECT  TO PROVISIONS IN DMV CODE.  

Above my ORIGINAL copy STATE OF CALIFORNIA "CERTIFICATE OF TITLE" to my automobile. Notice the red arrow? Looks like the DMV also agrees I have a automobile. 

The alteration of definitions in the California Vehicle Code of words like “Motor Vehicle” (removing from it all evidence of a “Motor Vehicle” being a COMMERCIAL VEHICLE), and the removal of some definitions altogether, such as automobile. 
 
There is a clear distinction between an "automobile" and a "motor vehicle". The definition and further clarification of the above terms you can find in: United States Code, Federal codes, CA. Department of Motor Vehicle codes, Certificate of Title, Uniform Commercial codes , Revenue & Tax codes, Commerce and Trade codes, Transportation codes,  Internal Revenue codes and Supreme Court all show motor vehicle and automobile are two separate meanings.
As you can clearly see from the above photo. DMV form (REG 31) Revised Verification Of Vehicle. DMV form shows DMV clarification of the term automobile is used several times and request public also mark the box under Category
labeled as automobile.

  

While the distinction is made clear between the two as the supreme courts have also stated below, the law relating to police power (C.V.C. 21100 see below) to regulate motor vehicle registration, driver license is only for commercial.   

 "Is a motor vehicle and automobile one in the  same?" 
NO! 

In order for the DMV to continue the fraud, the state has omitted the word "automobile" from DMV code and regulations. But not from there office forms like form (REG 31) Revised Verification of Vehicle shown above.

But to confuse the public, there are over fifty different meanings for the term "motor vehicle." To keep the public from the truth, they write the statutes so confusing and separate them into several sections, subsections, using other divisions outside of DMV codes as you will see a few listed down below. 

The following DMV code clearly shows they can only regulate commercial vehicles. 

C.V.C. § 34500 -- The department shall regulate the safe operation of the following vehicles:
(a) Motortrucks of three or more axles that are more than 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating.
(b) Truck tractors.
(c) Buses, schoolbuses, school pupil activity buses, youth buses, farm labor vehicles, modified limousines, and general public paratransit vehicles.
(d) Trailers and semitrailers designed or used for the transportation of more than 10 persons, and the towing motor vehicle.
(e) Trailers and semitrailers, pole or pipe dollies, auxiliary dollies, and logging dollies used in combination with vehicles listed in subdivision (a), (b), (c), (d), or (j). This subdivision does not include camp trailers, trailer coaches, and utility trailers.
(f) A combination of a motortruck and a vehicle or vehicles set forth in subdivision (e) that exceeds 40 feet in length when coupled together.
(g) A vehicle, or a combination of vehicles, transporting hazardous materials.
(h) Manufactured homes that, when moved upon the highway, are required to be moved pursuant to a permit as specified in Section 35780 or 35790.
(i) A park trailer, as described in Section 18009.3 of the Health and Safety Code, that, when moved upon a highway, is required to be moved pursuant to a permit pursuant to Section 35780.
(j) Any other motortruck not specified in subdivisions (a) to (h), inclusive, or subdivision (k), that is regulated by the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Public Utilities Commission, or the United States Secretary of Transportation.
(k) A commercial motor vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 or more pounds or a commercial motor vehicle of any gross vehicle weight rating towing a vehicle described in subdivision (e) with a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 10,000 pounds, except combinations including camp trailers, trailer coaches, or utility trailers. For purposes of this subdivision, the term “commercial motor vehicle” has the meaning defined in subdivision (b) of Section 15210.
(Amended by Stats. 2016, Ch. 208, Sec. 24. (AB 2906) Effective January 1, 2017.)

Now did you see how every section clearly applies only to regulating commercial vehicles?  Not one section describing regulating your size or type of private automobile. 

The Federal government authorized police power to the 50 states to regulate traffic with the proper exercise of the police power, not to interfere with Constitution. 

C.V.C. § 21100 -- 
Local authorities may adopt rules and regulations by ordinance or resolution regarding all of the following matters: 

(a) Regulating or prohibiting processions or assemblages on the highways.
(b) Licensing and regulating the operation of vehicles for hire and drivers of passenger vehicles for hire. 
(c) Regulating traffic by means of traffic officers. 
(d) Regulating traffic by means of official traffic control devices meeting the requirements of Section 21400. 
(e) (1) Regulating traffic by means of a person given temporary or permanent appointment for that duty by the local authority when official traffic control devices are disabled or otherwise inoperable, at the scenes of accidents or disasters, or at locations as may require traffic direction for orderly traffic flow. 
(2) A person shall not be appointed pursuant to this subdivision unless and until the local authority has submitted to the commissioner or to the chief law enforcement officer exercising jurisdiction in the enforcement of traffic laws within the area in which the person is to perform the duty, for review, a proposed program of instruction for the training of a person for that duty, and unless and until the commissioner or other chief law enforcement officer approves the proposed program. The commissioner or other chief law enforcement officer shall approve a proposed program if he or she reasonably determines that the program will provide sufficient training for persons assigned to perform the duty described in this subdivision.
(f) Regulating traffic at the site of road or street construction or maintenance by persons authorized for that duty by the local authority.
(g) (1) Licensing and regulating the operation of tow truck service or tow truck drivers whose principal place of business or employment is within the jurisdiction of the local authority, excepting the operation and operators of any auto dismantlers’ tow vehicle licensed under Section 11505 or any tow truck operated by a repossessing agency licensed under Chapter 11 (commencing with Section 7500) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code and its registered employees.
(2) The Legislature finds that the safety and welfare of the general public is promoted by permitting local authorities to regulate tow truck service companies and operators by requiring license and insurance, and proper training in the safe operation of towing equipment, thereby ensuring against towing mistakes that may lead to violent confrontation, stranding motorists in dangerous situations, impeding the expedited vehicle recovery, and wasting state and local law enforcement’s limited resources.
(3) This subdivision does not limit the authority of a city or city and county pursuant to Section 12111.
(h) Operation of bicycles, and, as specified in Section 21114.5, electric carts by physically disabled persons, or persons 50 years of age or older, on public sidewalks.
(i) Providing for the appointment of non student school crossing guards for the protection of persons who are crossing a street or highway in the vicinity of a school or while returning thereafter to a place of safety.
(j) Regulating the methods of deposit of garbage and refuse in streets and highways for collection by the local authority or by any person authorized by the local authority.
(k) (1) Regulating cruising.
(2) The ordinance or resolution adopted pursuant to this subdivision shall regulate cruising, which is the repetitive driving of a motor vehicle past a traffic control point in traffic that is congested at or near the traffic control point, as determined by the ranking peace officer on duty within the affected area, within a specified time period and after the vehicle operator has been given an adequate written notice that further driving past the control point will be a violation of the ordinance or resolution.
(3) A person is not in violation of an ordinance or resolution adopted pursuant to this subdivision unless both of the following apply:
(A) That person has been given the written notice on a previous driving trip past the control point and then again passes the control point in that same time interval.
(B) The beginning and end of the portion of the street subject to cruising controls are clearly identified by signs that briefly and clearly state the appropriate provisions of this subdivision and the local ordinance or resolution on cruising.
(l) Regulating or authorizing the removal by peace officers of vehicles unlawfully parked in a fire lane, as described in Section 22500.1, on private property. A removal pursuant to this subdivision shall be consistent, to the extent possible, with the procedures for removal and storage set forth in Chapter 10 (commencing with Section 22650).
(m) Regulating mobile billboard advertising displays, as defined in Section 395.5, including the establishment of penalties, which may include, but are not limited to, removal of the mobile billboard advertising display, civil penalties, and misdemeanor criminal penalties, for a violation of the ordinance or resolution. The ordinance or resolution may establish a minimum distance that a mobile billboard advertising display shall be moved after a specified time period.
(n) Licensing and regulating the operation of pedicabs for hire, as defined in Section 467.5, and operators of pedicabs for hire, including requiring one or more of the following documents:
(1) A valid California driver’s license.
(2) Proof of successful completion of a bicycle safety training course certified by the League of American Bicyclists or an equivalent organization as determined by the local authority.
(3) A valid California identification card and proof of successful completion of the written portion of the California driver’s license examination administered by the department. The department shall administer, without charging a fee, the original driver’s license written examination on traffic laws and signs to a person who states that he or she is, or intends to become, a pedicab operator, and who holds a valid California identification card or has successfully completed an application for a California identification card. If the person achieves a passing score on the examination, the department shall issue a certificate of successful completion of the examination, bearing the person’s name and identification card number. The certificate shall not serve in lieu of successful completion of the required examination administered as part of any subsequent application for a driver’s license. The department is not required to enter the results of the examination into the computerized record of the person’s identification card or otherwise retain a record of the examination or results.
(o) (1) This section does not authorize a local authority to enact or enforce an ordinance or resolution that establishes a violation if a violation for the same or similar conduct is provided in this code, nor does it authorize a local authority to enact or enforce an ordinance or resolution that assesses a fine, penalty, assessment, or fee for a violation if a fine, penalty, assessment, or fee for a violation involving the same or similar conduct is provided in this code.
(2) This section does not preclude a local authority from enacting parking ordinances pursuant to existing authority in Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 22500) of Division 11.
(p) (1) Regulating advertising signs on motor vehicles parked or left standing upon a public street. The ordinance or resolution may establish a minimum distance that the advertising sign shall be moved after a specified time period.
(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply to any of the following:
(A) Advertising signs that are permanently affixed to the body of, an integral part of, or a fixture of a motor vehicle for permanent decoration, identification, or display and that do not extend beyond the overall length, width, or height of the vehicle.
(B) If the license plate frame is installed in compliance with Section 5201, paper advertisements issued by a dealer contained within that license plate frame or any advertisements on that license plate frame.
(3) As used in paragraph (2), “permanently affixed” means any of the following:
(A) Painted directly on the body of a motor vehicle.
(B) Applied as a decal on the body of a motor vehicle.
(C) Placed in a location on the body of a motor vehicle that was specifically designed by a vehicle manufacturer as defined in Section 672 and licensed pursuant to Section 11701, in compliance with both state and federal law or guidelines, for the express purpose of containing an advertising sign.
(Amended by Stats. 2013, Ch. 652, Sec. 1. (AB 1253) Effective January 1, 2014.)
Now did you see how every section clearly applies only to regulating traffic control devices (red lights) and (speed limit signs), driver license for pedicabs and tow trucks, advertising signs on motor vehicles used for commercial vehicles.  
Not one section above describing or needing  a mandatory  automobile registration, driver license, for your size or type of private automobile.  
REALLY! HOW MANY DEFINITIONS YOU NEED FOR 
"MOTOR VEHICLE"

SUPREME COURT RULINGS

The word "automobile" connotes a "pleasure automobile"   designed for the transportation of persons on highways   See:  American Mutual Liability Ins. Co., vs Chaput. 60   A.2d 118. 120; 95 
 A automobile not used for commercial activity is         labeled "consumer goods", it is NOT a type of             vehicle required to be registered Pursuant to See:Bank of Boston vs Jones, 4 UCC Rep. Serv.1021, 236 A2d 484, UCC PP 9-109.14.?

 A "motor vehicle" or "automobile" for hire is a motor vehicle, other than an automobile used for the transportation of persons for which remuneration is received. See: International Motor Transit Co. vs Seattle, 251 P. 120.

Automobile purchased for the purpose of transporting buyer to and from his place of employment was ``consumer goods'' as defined in UCC § 9-109.” Mallicoat v Volunteer Finance & Loan Corp., 3 UCC Rep Serv 1035; 415 S.W.2d 347 (Tenn. App., 1966).


 “Thus self-driven vehicles are classified according to the use to which they are put rather than according to the means by which they are propelled.” Ex Parte Hoffert, 148 NW 20.
“The Supreme Court, in Arthur v. Morgan, 112 U.S. 495, 5 S.Ct. 241, 28 L.Ed. 825, held that carriages were properly classified as household effects, and we see no reason that automobiles should not be similarly disposed of.” Hillhouse v United States, 152 F. 163, 164 (2nd Cir. 1907).
“A soldier's personal automobile is part of his “household goods[.]” U.S. v Bomar, C.A.5(Tex.), 8 F.3d 226, 235” 19A Words and Phrases - Permanent Edition (West) pocket part 94.
UNITED STATES CODES 

Title 15 COMMERCE AND TRADE § 1231 (c) The term "automobile" includes any passenger car or station wagon.

Title 18  § 31 (a)(6)  Motor vehicle — The term “motor vehicle” means every description of carriage or other contrivance propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used for commercial purposes on the highways in the transportation of passengers, passengers and property, or property or cargo. 


Title 18  § 31 (10)  Used for commercial purposes -- The term “used for commercial purposes” means the carriage of persons or property for any fare, fee, rate, charge or other consideration, or directly or indirectly in connection with any business, or other undertaking intended for profit.Title 49. 

Title 49 Transportation § 30501 (1) ``automobile'' has the same meaning given that term in section 32901(a) of this title. (2) ``certificate of title'' means a document issued by a State showing ownership of an automobile. 

Title 49  § 393.1 (a) -- Motor vehicles with a GVWR below 4,536 kg (10,001 pounds) are applicable only when motor vehicle meet the definition of a commercial motor vehicle. 

Title 49  § 14504 (A) (10) Vehicle registration.—


The term “vehicle registration” means the registration of any commercial motor vehicle under the International Registration Plan (as defined in section 31701) or any other registration law or regulation of a jurisdiction.

Title 49 § 30102 (a)(6) ‘‘motor vehicle’’ means a vehicle driven or drawn by mechanical power and manufactured primarily for use on public streets, roads, and highways, but does not include a vehicle operated only on a rail line.

Title 49 § 31301 (2) ‘‘commerce’’ means trade, traffic, and transportation.
(12) motor vehicle” means a vehicle, machine, tractor, trailer, or semitrailer propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used on public streets, roads, or highways.

Title 49 § 32901 (3) except as provided in section 32908 of this title, ‘‘automobile’’ means a 4-wheeled vehicle that is propelled by fuel, or by alternative fuel, manufactured primarily for use on public streets, roads, and highways and rated at less than 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight, 


U.C.C. - ARTICLE 9 - SECURED TRANSACTIONS; SALES OF ACCOUNTS AND CHATTEL PAPER

U.C.C. § 9-102. (44)  Goods -- means all things that are movable when a security interest attaches.

U.C.C. § 9-109 (1) “consumer goods” if they are used or bought for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes; 

U.C.C. § 9-102. (23) -- "Consumer goods" means goods that are used or bought for use primarily for personal, family, or household purposes.
  CALIFORNIA DMV STATUTES AND CODES
C.V.C. § 12500 (6)  “driver's license” means a license issued by a State to an individual authorizing the individual to operate a motor vehicle on highways.
C.V.C. § 415. (a) -- A “motor vehicle” is a vehicle that is self-propelled. 
C.V.C  § 260.(a) -- A “commercial vehicle” is a motor vehicle of a type required to be registered under this code used or maintained for the transportation of persons for hire, compensation, or profit or designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property. 
 C.V.C. § 12500 (a) A person "may" (permissive) not drive a motor vehicle upon a highway, unless the person then holds a valid driver’s license issued under this code, except those persons who are expressly exempted under this code.
      C.V.C. § 15210 (p)(7)   “Absent any federal definition the                        definitions of this code shall apply.”


Conclusion is that 4000(a) is a law that requires registration of vehicles that are used for transporting persons and property for hire, because the vehicle code is nothing more than a consolidation of laws that regulated “for profit” use of the highways.
Nebraska (1905) has close to the same language “vehicles offered to the public for hire”.  Most literate police officers know this but ignore it to keep their job security.  Woe to such for this is organized crime, extortion, theft by deception. 

This is “evidence of law” good in any State /United States courts.  The same process is remove us from property tax obligations as well. 


A little clarification above, for hire is an “act” not a “person” as we know it, but an immigrant is a “person” that comes for gain (commercial reasons) so one must understand the distinction then the written law makes more sense. 

SOURCES:   
       
        California Department of Motor Vehicle Codes Div. 1
        Uniform Commercial Codes  Sec. 9-100
        Revenue & Tax Codes
        Commerce and Trade Codes
        United States Codes Title 15, 18, 49
        Internal Revenue codes
        United States Codes



  1.  . American Mutual Liability Ins. Co., vs Chaput. 60   A.2d 118. 120; 95 
        2. Bank of Boston vs Jones, 4 UCC Rep. Serv.1021, 236                    A2d 484, UCC PP 9-109.14.?
        3.  International Motor Transit Co. vs Seattle, 251 P. 120.
         4.  Mallicoat v Volunteer Finance & Loan Corp., 3 UCC Rep                Serv 1035; 415 S.W.2d 347 (Tenn. App., 1966).
         5.  Arthur v. Morgan, 112 U.S. 495, 5 S.Ct. 241, 28 L.Ed. 825
         6.  Hillhouse v United States, 152 F. 163, 164 (2nd Cir.                       1907).
         7.  U.S. v Bomar, C.A.5(Tex.), 8 F.3d 226, 235”