Keep your eyes out for Emergency Vehicles in California
If you have received a California traffic ticket for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, you know that the State considers it to be a pretty serious violation.
These charges are covered under CVC 21706, which seems to clearly state the laws for yielding to emergency vehicles and how it is to be accomplished. But what if you were in the left lane of traffic? What if you weren’t aware of the emergency vehicle early enough?
That doesn’t mean that the traffic ticket isn’t disputable. In fact, there are defense tactics which are completely legal, which can be used to fight the ticket and win. Do you know what those tactics are? Do you know the ins and outs of successfully fighting a California traffic ticket?
Can you do it without going to court and being virtually guaranteed your dispute will be successful? Our traffic ticket experts do, and can.
There can be many reasons why you failed to yield, or didn’t do so quickly enough, but the ticketing officer is only concerned with the fact that the law was, in his or her perception, violated
Our team of legal experts can fight your traffic ticket with more knowledge and success than a high priced so-called “traffic ticket lawyer”, at a much lower cost than an attorney or the fines and assessments associated with the violation. Why? Because our professionals specialize in fighting traffic tickets, and only fighting traffic tickets.
That’s all we do is challenge California traffic tickets. Since 2008, our traffic ticket experts have successfully disputed more than 10,000 California traffic tickets issued under almost every California Vehicle Code, including CVC 21806.
With years of experience, our specialists have seen almost every scenario possible. In fact, we would be surprised if your situation hasn’t come across our desk.
Always error on the side of caution when interacting with an emergency vehicle
We have developed a unique set of procedures and methods that our traffic ticket experts follow to ensure every legal avenue is used in efforts of obtaining a successful outcome. If your ticket is dismissed, you will pay no fines, receive no points on your driver’s license, and you won’t have to go to court. Our professional team will take care of all the heavy lifting. Successfully fighting a traffic ticket issued under CVC 21706 isn’t easy to do if you don’t know all the details involved, but we know exactly how to do it.
If you received a California traffic ticket for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, contact us before you do anything else. We guarantee a painless, successful dispute of your ticket. Our traffic ticket experts are fully licensed, bonded and accredited by the State of California, and are certified by the Better Business Bureau. Contact our specialists today and have the power of the law standing behind you.
California Vehicle Code 21706
No motor vehicle, except an authorized emergency vehicle, shall follow within 300 feet of any authorized emergency vehicle being operated under the provisions of Section 21055.
This section shall not apply to a police or traffic officer when serving as an escort within the purview of Section 21057.