Speeding Tickets

There are a few different types of speeding tickets that you can be cited for in California. The good news is iTicket Fight can get each one of them dismissed for you! We have an unbeatable 100% money back guarantee (less $20 administration fee).

If you’re searching for any of the following then you are in the right place.

  • Speeding Ticket [VC 22349a] aka Speeding over a posted 65 MPH speed limit zone ticket.
  • Speeding Ticket [VC 22349b] aka Speeding over a posted 55 MPH speed limit zone ticket.
  • Speeding Ticket [VC 22356b] aka Speeding over a posted 70 MPH speed limit zone ticket.
  • Speeding Ticket [VC 22350] aka Unsafe Speed ticket.
  • Impeding Traffic Ticket [VC 22400] aka Minimum Speed Ticket.

How much is a speeding ticket in California?

The cost of fines and related fees for a speeding ticket in California varies based on different factors. The following factors include: the county that you were driving in during the time of your alleged offense, the number of DMV points present on your California driver’s record, and the amount of speed in excess to the posted speed limit.

This is how much you can expect to pay for a speeding ticket in California.

  • 1-15mph over = $225.00 minimum
  • 16-25mph over = $355.00 minimum
  • +26mph over = $460.00 minimum

*All estimates include base fine, mandatory 20% California surcharge, and penalty fees & assessments.

Answers to common questions about speeding tickets

Points on Your Record

The number of points added to your California Driver’s Record depends on if the traffic ticket was a Moving Violation or Non-moving Violation, as well as the severity of the violation. Most traffic tickets are Moving Violations, and the majority of speeding tickets (guilty verdict) will add 1 point to your California Driver’s Record.

Once you have a point on your California Driver’s Record, it will remain on your record for 36 months. If you are interested in knowing how many points you may receive for your particular traffic ticket, contact us for a free analysis.

What about out of state speeding tickets?

Even if you are driving in California from out-of-state (with an out-of-state driver’s license), all drivers using California roads and highways are subject to the same rules of the road (California Vehicle Codes). For example, if you are driving from Arizona to California for the weekend, and received a speeding ticket then you are still subject to the same fines & penalties. As for the point gained towards your out-of-state driver’s license, that varies.

The Trial by Declaration (a method that iTicket Fight specializes in) is the most convenient feature of fighting. The entire process is done by mail so that you won’t have to plan a return visit just to make an appearance in court!

Are speeding tickets a misdemeanor?

Typically, most California traffic violations are considered infractions. However more serious offenses can lead a simple speeding ticket to be classified as a misdemeanor (example: Engaging in a race with another vehicle on a public highway such as racing which leads to bodily injury).

How we Fight Speeding Tickets

We prepare all your defense documents for your trial by written declaration, and you submit them in by your due date. California court’s Trial by Written Declaration option is a trial by mail so your physical court appearance is not required. The benefit of our service is no court appearances, no points, and no traffic school!

To get started, please submit the details of your alleged infraction on our website and we will prepare all the paperwork for you leaving you with nothing to worry about (until the mailing out process)!

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Serving the entire state of California including these popular jurisdictions

  • Los Angeles
  • Glendale
  • Long Beach
  • Irvine
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • Sacramento
  • Oakland