D is a resident of Florida who has a lawn care business, Turfmasters LLC, registered in Florida.  D owns one riding mower for his own personal lawn care.  D also has a second mower, owned by Turfmasters, which he uses for work.   On January 1, Florida Financial Services loaned Turfmasters $1500 and took a security interest in the mower owned by Turfmasters (perfected by a UCC-1 filing in Florida).  One month later, Florida Financial Services loaned $1500 to D and took a security interest in the mower D owns for personal use (also perfected by a UCC-1 filing in Florida).  D moved to California on March 1 and Turfmasters LLC began performing lawn care services for clients in California.  Business did not go well and D borrowed $2,000 from First Bank of California.  First Bank of California took a security interest in both mowers on June 1.  Florida Financial Services finally learned D had moved to California and filed a UCC-1 covering both mowers in California on August 1. On September 1, Second Bank of California obtained a judgment against both D and Turfmasters, LLC, and levied on both mowers.  Which of the following is true?

1. To maintain its priority in both mowers, Florida Financial Services needed to file in California by July 1.

2. Florida Financial Services has priority over both First Bank of California and Second Bank of California with respect to both mowers.

3. Florida Financial Services has priority over both First Bank of California and Second Bank of California for the mower owned by Turfmasters, but not the mower owned by D.

4. If Second Bank of California had levied on the mower owned by D before Florida Financial Services had filed in California, Second Bank of California's lien would have had priority over Florida Financial Services.