Did you receive a violation for CVC 22349(a)? We are here to help!
California Vehicle Code 22349(a)
If you have received a speeding ticket in California, you were most likely cited for a violation of California Vehicle Code 22349. CVC 22349 is the code that determines the maximum speed limit on highways, and the majority of speeding tickets issued fall under this code. There are actually two sections to CVC 22349, each concerning a particular type of highway.
CVC 22349(a) states, “… no person may drive a vehicle upon a highway at a speed greater than 65 miles per hour.” That seems to be pretty straightforward. If you drive faster than 65 mph, you’re speeding.
CVC 22349(b) states, “…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.” Again, that seems pretty clear cut.
However, no matter how simple these two codes appear, citations for violating them can usually be successfully disputed and dismissed. Not just anyone can beat these tickets, but we can. Our traffic ticket experts have been fighting tickets issued under Code 22349 since 2008 and have the highest success rate in the industry.
Speeding Violations are Beatable
You might ask yourself why more people don’t fight speeding tickets if it’s that easy to win?
The answer to that is very simple – because it’s not “that easy”. Our legal professionals have spent years honing the skills needed to successfully beat speeding tickets issued in California. We have actually developed a set of procedures, unique to our company, which makes it possible for us to beat almost any type of traffic ticket.
The penalty for a traffic ticket that comes under the heading of CVC 22349 can be anywhere between $35 and $100, a point on their driver’s license or the additional cost of traffic school if the driver is eligible, and an increase in car insurance premiums. But that dollar amount is only for the base fine. There are also state and county fees, surcharges and various other fees which are added to the base fine. When all is said and done, the total cost just for the fine and fees can actually be closer to $500.
Our legal team can fight your speeding ticket and have it dismissed for less than $200. You don’t have to go to court or traffic school, you’ll have no points added to your driver’s license, and your insurance rate will stay right where it is. We are so confident that we have what it takes to beat your ticket and win, we stand behind our services 100% with one of the best and most comprehensive money back guarantee in the industry. Put your speeding ticket in our hands and we’ll take care of the rest.