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Fight Red Light Camera Ticket Sunset Boulevard and Hillcrest Drive Beverly Hills

The red light cameras at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Hillcrest Drive in Beverly Hills are set to enforce red light violation for 21453 a vc in the eastbound and westbound directions on Sunset Boulevard. If a vehicle enters the intersection while the light is red, the automated cameras will detect the vehicles and capture images of the vehicle and the driver. The result may be the issuance of a red light camera ticket to the registered owner of the vehicle. If the driver is not the registered owner of the vehicle, the the owner may send the court information regarding the driver and the court will reissue the ticket in the driver's name. 

Some people may choose to fight the ticket for a chance to avoid paying the hefty sum of approximately $500 for the fine and also to avoid having a DMV point on the driving record. If you have one of these tickets and you would like to fight your ticket with a trial by written declaration we can help you. We will prepare all your documents for your trial by written declaration to save you time and money. Just signup for our service and let us start working on your documents.

It is important to note that the posted speed limit on Sunset Boulevard is 35 mph. The reason the speed is relevant to a red light ticket is that the minimum yellow clearance time is determined by the 85th percentile speed which is 5 to 10 mph higher than the posted speed limit. Longer yellow clearance time provides drivers with more opportunity to come to a safe stop as they approach an intersection thereby not running a red light. Increasing the minimum red lights should reduce the number of red light violations. Therefore, is is puzzling as to why cities will not extend the minimum yellow light interval beyond the minimum requirement assuming the real reason for the camera enforcement is safety and not generating revenue.

The traffic signal timing chart (may not be current) for Sunset  and Hillcrest is below:

red light camera ticket sunset and hillscrest

 

 

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