California’s 2019 Traffic Laws & Fines

Traffic Fine Rule (Violation) Fine
Forgot to bring a driver's license
Forgot to change the address (more than ten days)
Uninsured car in accident
$796 and’ driver's license revoke for 4 years
Did not stop at red light or turning right
Crossing double yellow line
Violation of the turn or turn around
Stop sign but did not stop
Pass the flashing light of school bus
Stop at the bus stop
Not wearing a seat belt
Driving with high bim light (from 30 points)
Child did not wear a seat belt or not in a child seat
Covering car door
Driving with headphones on
Speeding 1-15 miles $224
Speeding 16-25 miles $338
usually the police determined that speeding is over 5 miles.4
On rainy day it is not allowed to exceed 65 miles. With fog, the speed of car should be slower than usually.
Talking on cell phone first time $76, second time $190, same penalty even if you are just holding the cell phone in your hand!

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2017 California Vehicle Code QWIK-CODE: Law Summaries

California Vehicle Code 2017


According to the California Department of Vehicles, the California Vehicle Code is a rulebook containing all traffic laws. The California DMV sells it, but you can get this nearly 1000-page reference for free online. The California Vehicle Code covers everything to do with the

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Happy July 4th!


Our 4 tips on interacting with law enforcement

Fix-A-Ticket: 4th of JulyJuly 4th weekend is just around the corner and that means fireworks, BBQs, and pool parties. It also means increased law enforcement patrols. So, we thought we would provide our clients

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As a Courtesy to our Clients and Future Clients, we have posted the following FAQ released by the Superior Court of California.

HOW LONG WILL MY TRIAL TAKE? • Although most trials proceed quickly, there are usually many trials on calendar. Plan to

Summer, Road Trips and Staying Safe


Memorial Day has just passed and that means time to gas up the car and go on a Summer road trip. Here are a few tips for staying safe while driving and possibly avoiding a traffic ticket along the way:

  1. check your

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High Traffic Fines in California


According to the California DMV… “Traffic fines in California are difficult to pinpoint due to additional penalty assessment fees and surcharges that vary by county. Consequently, a traffic ticket with a $35 base fine may actually cost you $146. For help with fee explanations contact the county court listed on

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Drunk Driving – It’s Just Not Worth It


In California, over 2,500 sobriety checkpoints are conducted each year.

These roadblocks are intended to help to reduce the number of drunk drivers on the road and are commonly held on holidays or on days of events when people are more likely

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8 Safe Driving Tips For Teenage Drivers


it’s a fact. Teenage drivers account for more auto accidents than any other age group. So, if you’re a teen driver, does that mean you should just stay home all the time? Take public transportation? Beg an older driver to take you to your destination? Not necessarily. By practicing these

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The History of Speeding Tickets


Do you know where the first speeding ticket originated?

Do you know just how many speeding tickets American’s get each year?

You may be surprised. The premier speeding ticket was awarded to a lead-footed New York City taxi driver on May 20, 1899. Yes, that’s approximately 115 years ago. What

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Why a Safe Driving Record Means Lower Car Insurance Rates


What you Drive, How you Drive and Where you Live can affect what you pay for auto insurance.

Learn how your driving record and insurance are connected. Knowing “what to do” if a bad driving record impacts your insurance rate, can save you Time & Money. Believe it or not,

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