Ford recently released footage of an F-150 Raptor taking on the Mojave
Desert, and since the video was produced by the automaker, we can pretty
much guess who won.
video opens with stirring footage of the Mojave Desert, and then cuts to images
of a F-150 rampaging across the desert floor and plowing through huge
sand dunes. The pickup then crawls up a rocky mountain, flies across alkaline
flats, and triumphantly does donuts on the desert floor. Finally, the
F-150 mounts a sand dune in much the same way that Simba stood atop Pride
Rock and looked down on the Circle of Life.
The manufacturer attributes the vehicle’s mastery over the Mojave
Desert to military-grade aluminum, oversize racing shocks, and some other
features that make it well worth the anticipated $50,000 price tag.
Federal Traffic Ticket
In the real world, an off-road adventure like this one will lead to a host
of traffic tickets. Some people believe that the combination of a huge
land area and limited park rangers in Death Valley means that the odds
of being caught are very slim. But those Park Rangers have a tendency
to know where the most fun can be had and to keep a close watch on things.
Basically due to environmental concerns, the rangers are
very unforgiving about traffic violations in federal parks. Once these tickets go to the
federal courthouse in Bakersfield, which is where they all end up, the
judge and court staff are not much friendlier. Because the judge hears
traffic tickets less than once a month, it is almost impossible to get
the date rescheduled. Furthermore, in most cases, traffic school is not
available in federal court.
When it comes to dealing with park rangers, you are on your own. But when
the ticket goes to court, you do not have to be alone. Let an experienced
lawyer appear for you and fight the citation, so you can
save time and money.
Getting Legal Help
The aggressive attorneys at Bigger & Harman, APC, are committed to
giving individuals a voice when dealing with speeding and traffic tickets.
Call today at 661-349-9300 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the personal professional attention you deserve. En español,
llame al 661-349-9755.