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Bloody Justice - Under The Hood

Inside the industry.

Scott Tsuneishi
Mar 17, 2011

California’s budget deficit is projected to soar to $28 billion over the next year and half, as the state struggles to raise enough revenue. As California’s economy continues to bleed money and spiral out of control, honest, hard-working taxpayers such as you and I feel the effects of the painful recovery process; one example being traffic fines that have skyrocketed 30 percent or more for 2011.

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Starting January 6, 2011, if you are pulled over for failing to stop at a red light, be ready to pay $436 in fines. If you get caught passing a school bus with flashing red signals you will be charged $616. Next time you consider illegally parking in the handicapped zone, even for a minute, be prepared to possibly shell out $1,000 in fines. The state of California is not messing around, and is going for blood. California needs money and we cannot afford to mess around with them, so pay close attention to the rules of the road if you don’t want to pay these ridiculous fines!

Traffic Ticket Fines (Effective 01/06/2011)
Vehicle Code Fine Amount Violation Description
VC 14600(A) $214 Failure to notify DMV of address change within 10 days.Note: This fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.
VC 16028(A) $796 Failure to provide evidence of 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(B) $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 22500 $976 Parking in a bus loading area.
VC 22507(A) $976 Violation of disabled parking provisions (first offense).
VC 22507(B) $1,876 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 4000 $256 No evidence of current registration.Note: This fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.
VC 5200 $178 Proper display of license plates.Note: This fine may be reduced with valid proof of correction.

Senior Editor
Scott Tsuneishi
scott@importtuner.com

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