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Speeding and not wearing your seatbelt is considered a traffic offense. Also, driving drunk and causing an accident is a traffic offense.
Your only recourse may be to attend Traffic School in California. Doubt seriously that California will let you do that school in Arizona.
Because driving above the speed limit is a traffic violation
In California, speeding 10 mph over the posted speed limit will result in a ticket for about $250. You may also have to go to traffic school.
All infractions are misdemeanor in Nevada , speeding , careless driving , ..... that's crazy
There is no statute of limitations for a traffic tickets in California. You have been duly informed and charged with the violation by the ticket.
YES.....the carpool ticket is considered a regular moving violation like a speeding ticket of any other moving violation.
Traffic citations follow your driving record; they're not confined state to state. No matter where you're licensed or in what state you got a ticket, it will be attached to your driving record.
California Speeding Ticket "How much will a ticket cost for going 55 in a 35mph zone in California? For a California speeding ticket you will receive a courtesy notice in about two weeks that will give you the amount of the fine, information on a Trial by Declaration and advise if you are eligible for traffic school. California has one of the highest speeding ticket fine schedules in the nation. If believe that this speeding ticket will be around 350.00. A trail by declaration allows you to plead not guilty and contest the citation by mail. My information indicates that the speeder loses about 90% of the time, especially if it was CHP. You also probably will lose your option of traffic school. For a California speeding ticket your best option is to take an online traffic school and keep the ticket off your record. Here is a link for more information: California Online Traffic School
Reckless driving in Illinois is driving recklessly and carelessly. Not following traffic rules, over-speeding, disregard for others safety, etc are also considered as reckless driving.