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Flooring it on Car Fines

If you are planning on driving in California, you should also be planning on obeying the law. There has been a 30% increase in the price of fines since 2009. When you are driving on the highway or even through town, you should be sure that you are abiding by the law to avoid these ridiculous fines.

  • Failure to obey license provisions will cost you $214
  • Failure to notify DMV of address change within 10 days will cost $214
  • Failure to provide evidence of financial responsibility (insurance) will cost $796
  • Failure to stop at a red signal will cost $436
  • Driving at an unsafe speed of 1-15 miles over the limit will cost $214
  • Driving at an unsafe speed of 16-25 miles over the limit will cost $328
  • Failure to stop at a stop sign will cost $214
  • Passing a school bus while flashing red signals will cost $616
  • Driving while using a wireless phone not hands free will cost $148
  • Driving while using a wireless phone not hands free, each subsequent offense will cost $265
  • Driving while using a wireless device to send read or write a text will cost $148
  • Minor driving while using a wireless phone will cost $148
  • Parking in a bus loading area will cost $976
  • Violation of disabled parking provisions will cost $1876
  • Unlawful material on vehicle windows will cost $178
  • Adequate muffler required will cost $178
  • Mandatory use of seat belts will cost $148

The great news is, when you are obeying the law you won’t have to pay any money! Make sure that you are very aware of the laws in the area that you are driving in to avoid these high costs.