San Bernardino County Traffic Tickets
The population of San Bernardino County, already 2.1 million, is expected to soar to 3.4 million by 2060. The county has more acreage than each of the nation’s nine smallest states. There are at least 35 official wilderness areas in San Bernardino County that are part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Parts of three National Forests help keep the county green.
Congestion on two heavily traveled freeways, Interstates 10 and 15, often slows traffic in San Bernardino County to a crawl. Plans are underway to improve traffic conditions, but neither the transportation tax nor the gas tax are bringing in the revenue that the county expected. Does that mean that city and county governments will be looking at traffic ticket fines to make up the shortfall? So many extra fees have been already been added to the $35 base fine for failing to stop at a stop sign that drivers ticketed in San Bernardino County pay a total of $237 for the $35 ticket — unless they hire a traffic ticket expert to help beat their case.
Traffic crimes like reckless driving make the news (particularly when news helicopters have the chance to film a high speed chase), but most traffic tickets in San Bernardino County are written for more mundane offenses, including speeding, DUI, red light violations, and illegal U-turns. Traffic ticket experts in San Bernardino County help drivers avoid the points that are assessed against their licenses as well as excessive fines.