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California Vehicle Code 22107

Do you need more information about California Vehicle Code Section 22107? Violation of Vehicle Code 22107 is a minor traffic offense. At the Law Offices of Randy Collins, we take every type of offense very seriously and will provide you with a free case evaluation to help you determine whether or not your case is worth fighting. Call us today to take advantage.

California Vehicle Code 22107 outlines the law for signaling turns and stops. It explains how:

  • Drivers are only allowed to turn if they have provided the correct indication to move left or right
  • Drivers should only turn when they have observed the safety of oncoming vehicles or pedestrians, where no one or vehicle will be adversely affected by the turn

The following could be considered an example of a VC 22107 violation:

Sandy is driving to work. She stops at a coffee shop on the way and gets a large latte and proceeds to drink her coffee while she drives to work. Distracted by her coffee and an incoming telephone call, Sandy almost misses her exit, but is able to swerve from the far left lane to the exit just in time. Right after she exits the freeway, a police officer pulls her over and cites her for violating CVC 22107.

Penalties:

An dangerous turn or inaccurate signal is considered a violation of VC 22107. It can be filed as an infraction, if ticket fees are not paid when due.

Points: VC 22107 is a one-point tally violation

This code was last updated: September 18, 1959.

Potential Penalties and Fines

The California Department of motor vehicles has the right to cancel or suspend the driver’s license of someone who is in violation of Orange County vehicle codes. There are several California vehicle codes, and each one has different fines associated with them. California’s system allows the department to track offenses of drivers, and those who accumulate a certain number of points within a specified time frame runs the risk of having their driver’s license suspended or revoked.

If you are facing fines for violating VC 22107, you probably have several options available to take advantage of. With guidance from one of our skilled traffic ticket defense lawyers, you may be able to have your charges dropped and your case dismissed. Call us today to speak with an attorney about how you can protect your rights.

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