Coronavirus Stay At Home Order Clears Freeways but Speeding Drivers Increase

As the Novel Coronavirus has resulted in most Californians being told to shelter in place and only essential travel is allowed on our highways, The California Highway Patrol is reporting a rise in motorists traveling at excessive speeds.

The CHP’s Golden Gate Division posted on Facebook on March 4, 2020, that there had been a “steady rise” in the number of tickets issued for drivers going in excess of 100 mph throughout the nine county San Francisco Bay Area.

If you receive a speeding ticket for exceeding 100 mph you could be punished by fines of approximately $800.00, and could have your driver’s license suspended for 30 days.  In addition, a 100 mph citation for speeding carries two points on a driver’s DMV record.  Drivers facing any moving violation in Novato, San Rafael, San Francisco, Oakland, or anywhere in the Bay Area should call an experienced aggressive traffic ticket attorney for help.

For more information about traffic and speeding ticket defense in Sonoma and Marin Counties and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, or for a free consultation, call Marin County traffic attorney John Stanko at 415-755-8899, or toll free at 1-877-204-8900.

 

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