Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mr. Ticket, California traffic ticket lawyer, warns drivers that they must be aware of the laws regarding the maximum speed limits in California. Knowing these laws is essential for driving safely and avoiding traffic citations that can result in hefty fines and penalties.
California VC 22349 covers the maximum speed limit. In the state of California, 65 miles per hour is the maximum speed limit allowable on public divided highways. The maximum speed limit for public, two lane highways is 55 miles per hour. According to VC 22349, these speed limits apply even if a sign is not posted, and motorists can and often do get pulled over for exceeding the speed limit on these highways, even if they were not aware of the speed limit.
Another important vehicle code to be aware of is VC 22348b. This vehicle code stipulates that drivers who are speeding and who are travelling 100 miles per hour or more are subject to greater fines and penalties than drivers who are speeding, but travelling under 100 miles per hour. These drivers, if convicted, will earn two points on their license and receive a fine of up to $1,000 and a 30 day license suspension.
Drivers who have been cited for violating either of these vehicle codes, or for other vehicle codes related to speed, can rely on Mr. Ticket for help. Mr. Ticket is an experienced traffic ticket attorney. He earned his undergraduate degree in engineering and has over twenty years of experience in the automotive industry. Mr. Ticket is the founder and leader of the Law Offices of Amir Soleimanian and Associates, a highly successful law firm dedicated to helping California drivers defend themselves against their citations.
Drivers who have been cited for a speed violation should not simply plead guilty and pay their tickets. The fines and penalties add up, even for a basic speeding ticket, and the points can lead to a license suspension down the road if the driver incurs additional citations. Call Mr. Ticket, traffic ticket lawyer, to schedule a consultation and learn about all of the legal options available.
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Source:Law Offices of Amir SoleimanianandAssociates