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Blog Posts in April, 2020

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  • New Hours of Service (HOS) Rules Headed to the White House for Review
    New Hours of Service (HOS) Rules Headed to the White House for Review

    According to Jim Mullen, the acting FMCSA administrator, speaking at the Truckload Carriers Association on 3 March, the final rules for the new Hours of Service (HOS) revisions have been sent to the ...

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  • Got a CMV Speeding Ticket? We Can Help
    Got a CMV Speeding Ticket? We Can Help

    CMV speeding tickets are one of the most frequent traffic tickets issued on SR-99 or I-5 in Kern County. Don't let this be your story. So, you got a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) speeding ticket out ...

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  • Who Can Help Me Fight this HazMat Violation?
    Who Can Help Me Fight this HazMat Violation?

    Hauling Hazardous Material (HazMat) is one of the most profitable jobs as a trucker. HazMat and flatbed trucking. It’s also one of the most dangerous. Beyond being perilous, it is the driving ...

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  • Why You Should Always Discuss Your Traffic Ticket with a Traffic Attorney
    Why You Should Always Discuss Your Traffic Ticket with a Traffic Attorney

    Basically, there are four things you could do when you receive a traffic ticket. You could pay the fine, you could pay the fine and accept traffic violator’s school (TVS), you could challenge the ...

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  • Need a Failure to Yield Ticket Dismissed? Do This!
    Need a Failure to Yield Ticket Dismissed? Do This!

    California has several traffic laws that address a failure to yield. In this blog, we will take a look at those and also discuss methods to avoid negligent operator treatment system (NOTS) points on ...

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  • Does the LEO Need to Show Up for the Traffic Court Case?
    Does the LEO Need to Show Up for the Traffic Court Case?

    Typically, when the law enforcement officer (LEO) doesn't show up for a traffic court case, the judge will dismiss the case if the defendant or their lawyer asks for a dismissal. The Constitution ...

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