Know When to Fight a California Speeding Ticket for vc22349
We want you to have the information you need to help fight your ticket, so here are some specific facts and insights if you’ve received a speeding ticket for California vc22349.
When considering whether or not to use the services Ticket Snipers provides in assisting you with beating your traffic ticket, it’s helpful to know what the law says about your specific ticket so you can make a more informed decision.
Let’s start with what the law states from the California Legislative Information website:
- Except as provided in Section 22356, no person may drive a vehicle upon a highway at a speed greater than 65 mph.
- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person may drive a vehicle upon a two-lane, undivided highway at a speed greater than 55 miles per hour unless that highway, or portion thereof, has been posted for a higher speed by the Department of Transportation or appropriate local agency upon the basis of an engineering and traffic survey. For purposes of this subdivision, the following apply:
- The intent of the legislature is that reasonable signage is provided/placed on affected two-lane, and undivided highways where the speed limit is 55 mph (as described in #2), at county boundaries, and other appropriate places.
Two Key Things To Note About #2
- This applies to two-lane undivided highways where there are two lanes of traffic where one lane travels in the opposite direction of the lane on the opposite side.
- Passing lanes do not count as a lane of traffic when determining the number of lanes.
This type of speeding law is what’s considered an Absolute law, according to Lawyers.com. This means that the law is exactly as it states that it is and that if you’re found going in excess of the posted speed, you will likely receive a ticket for breaking the law.
As you’ll note in #3 above, there is some fluctuation with the rule that requires that counties and cities are doing their part to keep you informed of the posted speed limit. Still, there are other instances of police using their judgement to write lesser speeding tickets, and ways that Ticket Snipers, with our vast experience and expertise, may be able to help you get out of your California speeding ticket, depending on your specific circumstances.
Worried About The Fines?
According to a previous blog article Ticket Snipers wrote on fines for this cv22349 speeding ticket, if you’re ticketed for speeding in excess of 65 mph where the posted speed limit is 65 mph, fines can vary from $35-$100. Additionally, you may be fined a point on your driver’s license record, assigned to traffic school, and see your insurance costs rise.
We hope that we’ve been able to provide you some useful information on choosing to fight your speeding ticket, and if you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us to see how we can help.