Driving Under The Influence of Marijuana

Driving Under The Influence of Marijuana Driving under the influence usually brings to mind intoxicated people trying to drive themselves home from the bar after a few too many drinks. As marijuana becomes more socially acceptable and an increasing number of states legalize the drug for  →

Cellphone Violations as 22350 Basic Speed Law Tickets

Cellphone Violations as 22350 Basic Speed Law Tickets Many Californians either talk, text or access social media and apps while they drive. Using a handheld smartphone or cell phone is illegal for all Californians, regardless of their age. People who are cited for violating the cell phone law  →

What Happens With a 100 MPH Ticket – Vehicle Code 22348(b)

What Happens With a 100 MPH Ticket – Vehicle Code 22348(b) Police officers in the state of California have started a new trend of issuing driver’s extensive speeding tickets. Hundreds of drivers, including Lebron James, Matt Dillon and Al Gore’s son, received tickets for driving over 100 MPH. The vehicle code  →

Who’s More Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket: Men or Women

Who’s More Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket: Men or Women Speeding has been a common and troublesome traffic violation since the authorities issued the first ticket in 1899. Drivers receive more than 41 million tickets for speeding each year. Researchers broke that figure down further and explained that more than  →

California Ranks 4th in the Country for Traffic Tickets

California Ranks 4th in the Country for Traffic Tickets California ranks number 4 in the U.S. for issuing the most traffic tickets. California ranks 5th in the nation of the worst states to get a ticket. California adds on so many fees and fines that a $35 traffic ticket  →

Five ways to fight a Stop Sign Ticket

Five ways to fight a Stop Sign Ticket As the penalties for failing to honor traffic rules increase – penalty points and rising fines that heavily affect insurance premiums – a lot of drivers are reluctant to accept even justified tickets as a road tax. Stop sign tickets  →

What To Do If You Are Suspected in A Hit and Run

What To Do If You Are Suspected in A Hit and Run A hit and run is loosely defined. As a rule of thumb, the hit and run involves someone fleeing the scene of an accident. Any type of object can be involved in an accident. A person, vehicle or fixture can be involved.  →

How Commercial Drivers May Be Able To Do Traffic School

How Commercial Drivers May Be Able To Do Traffic School Commercial drivers in California must adhere to federal and state regulations to maintain their licenses. Because their jobs require them to frequently travel the roads, they are susceptible to getting traffic tickets for moving violations. Traffic citations can adversely affect  →

The One-Two Ultimate Fix-It Ticket Avoidance System

The One-Two Ultimate Fix-It Ticket Avoidance System Fix-it tickets, which are tickets for problems like broken or non-functioning brake lights on a vehicle, are one of the most common types of tickets. They tend to be significantly more common than other types of violations because fix-it problems  →

6 Things to Not Do to a Police Officer When Pulled Over

6 Things to Not Do to a Police Officer When Pulled Over Like it or not, there is bound to be a time when you drove a little too fast, or were a little late trying to beat that yellow light. If you do get pulled over by a policeman, what you  →