Texting & Driving
Hands Free Cell Phone Tickets Can Be Beat
Each state has different laws regarding cell phone use while driving. In California, you may be pulled over just for using your cell phone when you’re behind the wheel. The officer will not need to cite another infraction in order to issue you a cell phone ticket. Illegal cell phone use in California is defined by a few key components:
• Driver is using a handheld cell phone
• Driver is using a hands-free cell phone with earpieces covering both ears
• Driver is under the age of 18, regardless of handheld or hands-free
There is a big difference between handheld and hands-free cell phone operation, and California law enforcement officials accept that the latter is a safer option. With these stipulations, it’s easy to see that violations regarding cell phone use while driving can be difficult to interpret. There is certainly room for traffic tickets to be issued in error.
Does a Cell Phone Ticket Go on Your Driving Record?
Cell phone tickets do not add points to your California driving record. However, these tickets can be costly, especially if they start to stack up. If you were abiding by all conditions required to make the use of your cell phone safe and legal, then there is no reason you should be held accountable for this citation.
If you’ve landed yourself in this type of situation, you need someone who knows how to get out of a cell phone ticket. We’ll protect your rights as a driver and ensure that you don’t have to pay the price incurred from these expensive violations.
We Can Clear Your Name
Understand your driving when it comes to cell phone use and avoid an unfair reckless driving ticket. Let us help you when a situation was improperly evaluated. Attorneys at The Ticket Clinic know how to investigate. Contact us online today for a free consultation or call us at 1-800-248-2846.