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Traffic School For Speeding Ticket

Many people wonder if they can attend traffic school for speeding tickets in California. The answer is not a simple "yes" due to several factors. One of the most important items to note is the violation speed.

You will not automatically be allowed to attend traffic school for speeding tickets if:

  • The violation speed was in excess of 25 mph over the speed limit. For example, if the speed limit on the roadway was 65 mph and you were accused of driving at 93mph.
  • The violation speed was in excess of 100 mph.  This is actually a more serious violation that carries 2 DMV points and in most cases requires for the accused to show up in court for an arraignment.

The violation code for driving in excess of:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22348 b vc

 

The vehicle code section for driving in excess of 100 mph is 22348 (b).

If you were driving on a roadway that was posted with speed limit less than 55 mph, then most likely you would be cited for violation Vehicle code section 22350. However, even some of the speeding tickets issued for violation of 22350 vc may not be eligible for traffic school. For example, if the posted speed on the roadway was 25 mph and you were accused of driving at 54 mph. In this case you would still not be able to attend traffic school for speeding ticket since the violation speed was more than 25 mph over the posted speed limit.

How to get traffic school for speeding ticket if the ticket was issued for one of the situations described above?

In California the court rules may vary from one county to another. So, there is not absolute answer that would apply to each case. But generally speaking, if you would like to ask for traffic school for speed tickets would normally not qualify for traffic school, you should contact the court clerk and see if they would grant you permission for traffic school. If the court clerk cannot do that then you should ask to talk to the judge and request the judge to allow you to take traffic school.

Always get approved to attend traffic school before you sign up for our course. If you are permitted by the court to take traffic school, then just go ahead and sign up for our easy and fast traffic school for speeding ticket that you have.

As an alternative, if you are not allowed to take traffic school for speeding ticket that you have then the only way to mask the DMV point off your record is to fight the speeding ticket. We can help you do that with a process called trial by written declaration. All you need to do is to sign up for our service and send us a copy of your speeding ticket.

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