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Red Light Ticket California Avenue / New Stine Road and Stockdale Hwy

There is a red light camera enforcement system at the intersection of California Avenue / New Stine Road and Stockdale Hwy in Bakersfield. Speed limit on California Avenue is 40 mph. The reason this is important is due to the fact that the minimum yellow clearance time must be designed to accommodate for the safe stopping of vehicles at 40 mph. Also, the camera enforced intersections must clearly in a visible location display the red light camera enforcement signs indicating the presence of the system. It appears that there are SR-56 signs displayed at all four corners of this intersection.  

We could not determine the exact location of the ground loop detectors that sense the vehicle on the approach to the intersection and extend the green time accordingly to allow the vehicle pass through the intersection safely. 

Generally, red light camera tickets are issued for violation of California Vehicle Code Sections 21453 a vc and 21453 c vc. The difference is the type of violation. 21453 a vc is for violating a red circular ball where 21453 c vc is for violating a red arrow.

If you have a red light camera ticket at the intersection of California Avenue / New Stine Road and Stockdale Hwy in Bakersfield and if you have decided to fight your ticket with a trial by written declaration, we can help you. Just sign up for our service and let us save you time and money.

Keep in mind that a trial by written declaration is all done through the mail and the accused does not have to appear in court to fight the ticket.

 

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