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Speeding ticket for 22349 a vc and 22349 b vc

Speeding tickets for 22349 a vc are issued for exceeding the maximum speed limit of 65 mph where as speeding tickets for 22349 b vc are issued for exceeding speed limit of 55 mph. Many people ask what is the difference between speeding ticket for 22349 a vc and 22349 b vc.

The main difference has to do with the maximum speed limit in relation to the type of roadway that a vehicle is traveling on. Basically, a speeding ticket for 22349 a vc is issued on a roadway with multiple traffic lanes with maximum speed limit of 65 mph. An example of a roadway with multiple traffic lanes would be a highway with more than 2 travel lanes in each direction like the I-405 freeway in Los Angeles.

It is important to note that in certain locations California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) may raise the speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph on a highway after conducting a speed study. If the result of the speed study indicates that speed of 70 mph is more appropriate for a certain portion of a highway, then CALTRANS will install 70 mph signs to inform drivers that the maximum speed limit is 70 mph instead of 65 mph. After the portion of the highway that is determined to have speed limit of 70 mph comes to an end then 65 mph signs will be installed to inform drivers to reduce speed.

The maximum speed limit on highways with one travel lane in each direction is 55 mph. Speeding tickets for 22349 b vc are issued for exceeding speed limit of 55 mph.

Therefore, the maximum speed limit may vary along a highway from 55 mph to 70 mph depending on the number of traffic lanes on the highway and a speed study. It is important to pay attention to speed limit signs so that a driver may adjust the travel speed.

In some locations the speed limit signs over time may fade or be covered by trees or bushes that may make it impossible for a driver to know the posted speed limit. It is always a good idea for drivers to pay attention to the type of roadway they are on. If you are traveling along a multi-lane highway with speed limit of 65 mph and the roadway narrows to 1 lane of traffic in each direction, it would be a safe assumption that the speed limit must have been reduced to 55 mph even if there is no visible 55 mph sign. 

A driver accused of speeding in violation of 22349 a vc or 22349 b vc may choose to fight the speeding ticket with a process called Trial by Written Declaration. This is a process which allows the driver to contest the speeding ticket through the mail without appearing in court. If you decide to fight your speeding ticket with trial by written declaration we can help prepare all your documents for you. Just sign up for our service and let us help you with your documents.   

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