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John, the Fassler Ave. (or Crespi Dr.) "escape route" is to satisfy one of eight rules that California courts have established to have a legal DUI checkpoint. There must be a way for motorists to turn off and avoid the checkpoint. The purpose of signage is to give motorists a chance to leave or bypass the checkpoint rather than going through it. This means that there must be either a way to turn off the road, or turn around. If officers do not leave this kind of “escape route,” it is both a safety issue and a constitutional issue.

"Thank you" said the 50 drunk drivers who saw the flashing highway sign and just turned left at Fassler and took Roberts Rd to their destinations.

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