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What is the cost of 22407 vc violation in California
Truck or Tractor Driving Over the posted Speed Limit
22407 vc Fine $280 DMV Point 1 (2012)

The fine for violation of California vehicle code section 22407 vc is $280 for exceeding the posted speed limit for commercial vehicles. The DMV point for violation of section 22407 vc is 1 point. Basically, it is a violation of section 22407 vc for a driver to drive in excess of the posted speed limit.

22407 vcThe cost for violation of 22407 vc for driving over the posted speed limit is much higher than the imposed $280 fine due to the 1 DMV point that will appear on the driver's DMV commercial driving record resulting in an increase for the insurance premium for 3 to 5 years. Therefore, to calculate the actual cost of 22407 vc traffic ticket one must take into account the $280 fine as well as the increase in the insurance premium for the 3 to 5 year period. To fight a speeding ticket for 22407 vc with a trial by written declaration click on the highlighted link.

22407  Whenever the Department of Transportation or local authority
determines upon the basis of engineering studies and a traffic
survey that the speed of 55 miles per hour is more than is reasonable
or safe for vehicles mentioned in subdivision (a) of Section 22406,
which have a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000
pounds or more, in descending a grade upon any portion of a highway,
the department or local authority, with respect to highways under
their respective jurisdiction, may determine and declare a speed
limit of 50, 45, 40, 35, 30, 25, or 20 miles per hour, whichever is
found most appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic
and is reasonable and safe, which declared speed limit shall be
effective for such vehicles when appropriate signs giving notice
thereof are erected upon the highway.

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