Speeding Ticket 25MPH Over Speed Limit
- question from 4/13/2020 by Michael, filed under Court Eligibility and Traffic Ticket Course
Can I attend traffic school for going 95mph in a 70mph?
I GOT A SPEEDING TICKET IN LOS ANGELES CAN I ATTEND DRIVING SCHOOL NOW? EVEN THOUGH I WAS WRITTEN FOR GOING 95 MPHS? OR DO I JUST GO TO COURT?
You will need to pay your required ticket fees and get approved for traffic school by the court. Please note, you may not be eligible for traffic school if you were cited for speeding over 25mph above the speed limit. The court will be able to confirm.
2020 California Rules of Court:
Rule 4.104 - Procedures and eligibility criteria for attending traffic violator school
The purpose of this rule is to establish uniform statewide procedures and criteria for eligibility to
attend traffic violator school.
(b) Authority of a court clerk to grant a request to attend traffic violator school
(1) Eligible offenses:
Except as provided in (2), a court clerk is authorized to grant a request to attend traffic violator
school when a defendant with a valid driver's license requests to attend an 8-hour traffic violator
school under Vehicle Code sections 41501(a) and 42005 for any infraction under divisions 11 and 12
(rules of the road and equipment violations) of the Vehicle Code if the violation is reportable to the
Department of Motor Vehicles.
(2) Ineligible offenses:
A court clerk is not authorized to grant a request to attend traffic
violator school for a misdemeanor or any of the following infractions:
(A) A violation that carries a negligent operator point count of more than one point under Vehicle
Code section 12810 or one and one-half points or more under Vehicle Code section 12810.5(b)(2);
(B) A violation that occurs within 18 months after the date of a previous violation and the defendant
either attended or elected to attend a traffic violator school for the previous violation (Veh.
Code, §§ 1808.7 and 1808.10);
(C) A violation of Vehicle Code section 22406.5 (tank vehicles);
(D) A violation related to alcohol use or possession or drug use or possession;
(E) A violation on which the defendant failed to appear under Vehicle Code section 40508(a) unless the
failure-to-appear charge has been adjudicated and any fine imposed has been paid;
(F) A violation on which the defendant has failed to appear under Penal Code section 1214.1 unless the
civil monetary assessment has been paid;
(G) A speeding violation in which the speed alleged is more than 25 miles over a speed limit as stated
in Chapter 7 (commencing with section 22348) of Division 11 of the Vehicle Code; and
(H) A violation that occurs in a commercial vehicle as defined in Vehicle Code section 15210(b).
Please let us know if you have any further questions. Have a good day from TrafficSchool.com-TVS #E1393.
* This question and answer may have been modified to remove any identifying personal information of the person asking the question.
** The information contained within this FAQ is up to date as of 4/13/2020. We always recommend that you get the latest information available by contacting TrafficSchool.com, the DMV, or Court directly.
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