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Who Are We?

For nearly ten (10) years, Traffic Ticket Fixers has been helping people with all types of traffic tickets in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Kern County and Ventura County. Experienced traffic attorneys from our office will represent you in court to contest your ticket for you. Our mission is to get your ticket dismissed.

Once You Get A Ticket

When you receive a traffic ticket, by law, you are required to sign where the following is clearly printed on the ticket: “WITHOUT ADMITTING GUILT, I PROMISE TO APPEAR AT THE TIME AND PLACE INDICATED BELOW.” If you refuse to sign, you will be arrested and taken in custody. Once you sign, you can resolve the ticket in one (1) of four (4) ways….

4 COMMON TICKET RESOLUTIONS

This option is the worst choice. The court will charge you with a Failure To Appear (FTA), which can be a misdemeanor in some cases. In addition, there will be civil assessment penalties–up to hundreds of dollars–added to the fine of your ticket. The court will also send a notice to the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) resulting in a “hold” on your license.
This option is the second worst choice. By simply paying the fine, you will be assessed one (1) “point” on your DMV record. This point will severely affect your automobile insurance premium. The insurance company would raise your premium because of the point that has been added.
This option is the most common choice. By paying the fine and requesting traffic school, you are deciding not to contest your ticket. Once the fine is paid and traffic school is completed, your ticket will be “dismissed.” The first disadvantage of this option is that although you get the desired result, it is going to cost you lots of money, time and effort. In most cases, our fee is lower than that of the fine. Another disadvantage when choosing this option is that if you were to get another ticket within 18 months from the date of first ticket, you would be ineligible for traffic school for the second ticket.
This choice is rarely exercised. With this choice, you decide to contest your ticket in court with the intention to get it dismissed. You would spend hours waiting in courtrooms and still possibly lose the case. You could also can retain an attorney or a law firm to represent you. With Traffic Ticket Fixers, experienced traffic attorneys from our office will represent you in court to contest your ticket for you. In most cases, you will not need to appear at all. Our goal is to get your ticket dismissed for you. Once your ticket is dismissed: you will not pay any fines to the court; you will not have any points in DMV; you will not need to complete traffic school; most importantly, your auto insurance premium will not increase.

California Vehicle Code (CVC) Offenses & Fines

Here is a list of most common California Vehicle Code (CVC) offenses and corresponding violation fines (subject to change):

  • CVC 4000(a)(1) - No evidence of current vehicle registration - $285
  • CVC 12500 (a) - Driving without driver license (infraction) - $402
  • CVC 14601.1 - Driving when driver license suspended or revoked (misdemeanor) - N/A
  • CVC 21453(a) - Running a red light - $490
  • CVC 21655.5(b) - Improper use of preferential lane (carpool) - $490
  • CVC 21655.8(a) - Driving over double lines of preferential lane (carpool) - $490
  • CVC 21806 (a,b) - Failure to yield to emergency vehicle - $490
  • CVC 22100 (a,b) - Turn at intersection from wrong position - $238
  • CVC 22348(b) - Speeding over 100 MPH prohibited -N/A
  • CVC 22349 (a) - Speeding 1-15 MPH over 65 MPH speed limit - $238
  • CVC 22349 (a) - Speeding 10-25 MPH over 65 MPH speed limit - $367
  • CVC 22349 (a) - Speeding over 26 MPH, not to exceed 100 MPH) - $490
  • CVC 22350 (a) - Unsafe speed for prevailing conditions (1-15 MPH over speed limit) - $238
  • CVC 22350(a) - Unsafe speed for prevailing conditions (16-25MPH over speed limit) - $367
  • CVC 22350(a) - Unsafe speed for prevailing conditions (=26 MPH or higher) - $490
  • CVC 22356(b) - Exceeding maximum speed limit of 70 MPH (1-15 MPH over speed limit) - $238
  • CVC 22356(b) - Exceeding maximum speed limit of 70 MPH (16-25 MPH over speed limit) - $367
  • CVC 22356 (b) - Exceeding maximum speed limit of 70 MPH (26 MPH or higher over speed limit) - $490
  • CVC 22450 (a) - Failure to stop at stop sign - $238
  • CVC 23123 - Usage of cell phone prohibited -$162
  • CVC 27315 - Failure of driver and passenger(s) 16 years of age or older to use safety belt - $162

Traffic Ticket Fixers is one of the very few firms with a refund policy.  If we are unable to help you at all,
you will receive a refund. We have one of the highest success rates. Our team prides itself on honesty and transparency.

Locations

To relieve you from worries and to save you time and money, please visit any of our three (3) locations:

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County:
12450 Venice Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 625-0322

Westminster

Orange County:
14541 Brookhurst Street, Suite B12
Westminster, CA 92683
(714) 486-1337

Rosemead

Los Angeles County:
9240 Valley Boulevard
Rosemead, CA 91770
(626) 280-3300

Contact Us Today!

Please contact us if you have any questions:
Toll free: 1-844-434-9377
English: 714-603-2343
Spanish: 714- 603-2844
Chinese: 626-280-3300
Vietnamese: 714-486-1337
Email: trafficticketfixer(@)gmail.com