if california wants to make it impossible to have any sort of lucrative business because of their commie socialist mental AIDS, good for them. There are 49 states with common sense to choose from, and it makes it easy to spot the loony areas: they're marked with "California State Line"
traffic laws are delegated to the states. Any federal intervention is a violation of the U.S. constitution tenth amendment and another gross indulgence of the "nanny state" mentality. I'm all for making clear reference to lane-splitting in your state, but let's think progressively, not Californian. Remember, we have fifty states, fifty independent governments free to do as they like. We don't need bureaucrats puffing their chests out and further diminishing our sovereign rights
For bowling lane the price isn't horrible, but the market for it is softer than it was, and from the pics he's got a lot. I'd knock 1/3 off his prices as a firm offer. It's heavy as shit and of course moving a 20-30 foot long section of it would be tough. It can be cut across with a skillsaw and demolition blade. Each vertical board is typically glued and nailed to the next one. Ripping it lengthwise needs multiple passes but it's pretty easy too.