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HUGE California Traffic Tickets Fines Effective 01/06/2011

 

Please be extremely careful in your driving and car registration &

insurance matters. State of California is broke and they are trying hard to

squeeze all of us hard to collect money.

 

Effective immediately, if you do not stop at the red light, be ready to pay

$436 in fines or if you pass a school bus with flashing red signals, you

will be charged $616.* The state of California is going for blood, so be

extra careful in driving, you cannot afford messing with them.* I have been

hearing that Highway Patrols are under pressure to issue a lot

more tickets

than last year with at least 30% increase in fines over 2009, so beware of

radar guns, highway and traffic cameras installed everywhere and the

tougher enforcement of parking rules.

 

Just for your info, the next time you park in the handicapped zone, even

for a minute, you will be looking at almost $ 1000 in parking ticket, so

it'd better be worth it.

 

California needs money, so pay close attention to the rules of the road!

 

Traffic Ticket Fines (Effective 01/06/2011)

 

VC 12814.6* * $214* * * Failure to obey license provisions.

 

VC 14600(A)* $214* * * Failure to notify DMV of address change within 10

days

Note: The fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.

 

VC 16028(A)* $796* * * Failure to provide evidence of financial

 

responsibility (insurance)

Note: This fine may be reduced with proof of insurance on or

after the

violation date.

 

VC 21453(A)* $436* * * Failure to stop at a red signal.

 

VC 22349* * * * $214* * Unsafe speed, 1 to 15 miles over the limit.

 

VC 22350* * * * $328* * * Unsafe speed, 16 to 25 miles over the limit.

 

 

VC 22450* * * * $214* * * Failure to stop at a stop sign.

 

VC 22454(A)* $616* * * Passing a school bus with flashing red signals.

 

VC 23123(A)* $148* * * Driving while using a wireless phone not hands free,

 

first offense.

 

VC 23123 * $256* * * Driving while using a wireless phone not hands free,

each subsequent offense.

 

VC 23123.5* * $148* * * Driving while using a wireless device to send, read

or write text.

 

 

VC 23124* * * * $148* *

* Minor driving while using a wireless phone.

 

VC 22500* * * * $976* * * Parking in a bus loading area.

 

VC 22507(A)* $976* * * Violation of disabled parking provisions, first

offense.

 

VC 22507 * $1876* * Violation of disabled parking provisions, second

 

offense.

 

VC 26708* * * * $178* * * Unlawful material on vehicle windows.

 

VC 27150* * * * $178* * * Adequate muffler required.

 

VC 27315* * * * $148* * * Mandatory use of seat belts.

 

VC 27360* * * * $436* * * Mandatory use of passenger child restraints.

 

Note: This fine may be reduced by completing a court authorized child seat

diversion program .

 

VC 27400* * * * $178* * * Headsets or Earplugs

covering both ears.

 

VC 27803* * * * $178* * * Violation of motorcycle safety helmet

requirements.

 

VC 34506* * * * $616* * * Commercial Driver - Log book violation.

 

VC 4000* * * * * $256* * * No evidence of current registration.

 

Note: The fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.

 

VC 4159* * * * * $178* * * Notify DMV of change of address within 10 days.

Note: The fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.* (Same as VC

 

14600(A) – 2nd on this list???)

 

VC 5200* * * * * $178* * * Proper display of license plates.

Note: The fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.

 

VC 9400* * * * * $178* * * Commercial weight fees due.

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Cali-Kr,

 

I am genuinely interested in your Californian opinion on Arnold.

 

Do you think personally, that he is the reason for Cal.s going broke? Solely?

 

Chris

 

 

Arnold started in the middle/right and found out quickly that you can't get anything though the broken state legislature. He slowly moved left but still couldn't get anything done. As much as Brown is like a bad rerun, he might actually be able to get the legislature to pass some positive changes.

 

Regardless, this state is broken, taxpayers are leaving and someone has to pick up the mess. :censored:

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Cali-Kr,

 

I am genuinely interested in your Californian opinion on Arnold.

 

Do you think personally, that he is the reason for Cal.s going broke? Solely?

 

Chris

 

Just like the President, the Governor of California does not spend the money. The Legislature does. The Governor can only propose a budget. So to answer your question, No, Arnold is not the reason for California's problems.

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Cali-Kr,

 

I am genuinely interested in your Californian opinion on Arnold.

 

Do you think personally, that he is the reason for Cal.s going broke? Solely?

 

Chris

 

 

Chris,

 

Our state was going broke LONG before Arnold took office, because our elected officials in Sacramento spent (and continue to spend) WAY more money each year on dream budgets than the revenues coming in to the Contollers office can pay for. One of the most significant financial drains to the state comes from the burden of providing mandatory services (education, medical, etc.) to our huge illegal immigrant population. Funny how that works... if you're a legal licensed citizen you have the above fines to pay for violating the traffic laws, but if you're an illegal citizen violating the immigration law, you get taxpayer paid benefits? Only in Kalifornia, USA. :banghead:

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Chris,

 

Our state was going broke LONG before Arnold took office, because our elected officials in Sacramento spent (and continue to spend) WAY more money each year on dream budgets than the revenues coming in to the Contollers office can pay for. One of the most significant financial drains to the state comes from the burden of providing mandatory services (education, medical, etc.) to our huge illegal immigrant population. Funny how that works... if you're a legal licensed citizen you have the above fines to pay for violating the traffic laws, but if you're an illegal citizen violating the immigration law, you get taxpayer paid benefits? Only in Kalifornia, USA. :banghead:

 

 

 

"Funny" is not what comes to my mind! :hysterical:

 

But, thanks for the clarification! :salute:

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I'm glad Wisconsin sent you guys 810 million of the Obama stimulus money, they wanted to build a high speed rail with that money between Miwaukee and Chicago. The problem was that it was projected to loose 8 million dollars a year and the tax payer would have to pick-up the bill. Well we all know if they project 8 million it was gonna be 15 million a year. The new Gov came in and put a stop to it! So now you guys can spend it on some worthless transportation project.

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Who thinks that these laws will also breed contempt between citizens and law enforcement?

 

What happened in Tucson could be viewed as such, Robert...or was that your point?

 

I for one am concerned that good people that would normally WANT to serve our great country, may give second thoughts from here on out?

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I think all states who are financially crippled are doing anything and everything to raise revenue. In Florida are DMV fees for plates, registrations, renewals have tripled over the past few years.

 

I dont know if our speeding fines state wide have increased but I dont have to worry about it too much ...... thanks to my wifes " LAW ENFORCEMENT BADGE" ........ :happy feet: :happy feet: :happy feet: :happy feet:

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I think all states who are financially crippled are doing anything and everything to raise revenue. In Florida are DMV fees for plates, registrations, renewals have tripled over the past few years.

 

 

 

.....................and the Legislature is the biggest contributor to crippling the States with all of their Pet Projects and wasteful spending on CRAP that is not really needed or wanted.

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