22406 vcCommercial vehicle Speeding tickets are issued for violation of Section 22406 of the California Vehicle Code. The California Highway Patrol is responsible for speed enforcement on California highways. As a result, a great majority of these speeding tickets are issued by the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

The Maximum Speed limit for Commercial vehicle in California is 55 mph. In most cases the CHP Officers use speed Radar or Lidar to detect the speed of commercial vehicles and issue speeding tickets for 22406 vc. In some cases, CHP Officers may determine the speed of a commercial vehicle by pacing. As a result, to successfully fight speeding tickets for 22406 vc a complete knowledge of speed radar or Lidar operation as well as CHP speed enforcement policies are critical.

If you have a speeding ticket for violation of section 22406 and you want to fight the speeding ticket our speeding ticket experts are here to help complete your trial by written declaration documents ready to go. All you need to do is to follow a few simple steps and sign up for our service.

It is important to know what defenses work to fight speeding tickets for violation of vehicle code section 22406. One of the first items that one should look at is the method used by the Officer to collect the speeding ticket evidence against our clients. Our speeding ticket experts will prepare all the necessary documents for your trial by written declaration which does not require for you to appear in court to contest your speeding ticket.

Traffic school is not an option for commercial drivers who are accused of violating 22406 vc and received a speeding ticket. Therefore, the only alternative is to fight speeding tickets in order to avoid the DMV points. Speeding tickets for 22406 vc may be contested by a Trial by Written Declaration which is a non-appearance trial. Our speeding ticket experts prepare all the necessary court documents for our clients. After all the documents have been finalized, we send the documents to our client for review and filing with the court. It is that simple. However, to take advantage of a Trial by Written Declaration to fight speeding tickets for 22406 vc the alleged violation speed must be less than 15 mph over the speed limit. For example, in a 55 mph speed zone if the alleged violation speed for 22406 vc on the speeding ticket was up to 69 mph then a trial by written declaration may be used to fight 22406 vc speeding ticket.

The exact definition of 22406 according to the California vehicle code is listed below:22406  No person may drive any of the following vehicles on a highway at a speeding in excess of 55 miles per hour:
(a) A motor truck or truck tractor having three or more axles or any motor truck or truck tractor drawing any other vehicle.
(b) A passenger vehicle or bus drawing any other vehicle.
(c) A school bus transporting any school pupil.
(d) A farm labor vehicle when transporting passengers.
(e) A vehicle transporting explosives.
(f) A trailer bus, as defined in Section 636.