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1 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % (b,c) I Failure to Obey Traffic Control/Devices at Construction Site 245 (a,b) I "Green" Signal Vehicular Responsibilities 2453 (a,c) I "Red" Signal Vehicular Responsibilities b 2453 (b) I "Red" Signal Vehicular Responsibilities With Right Turn 2454 (c) I Lane Use Red Control Signals b 2454 (d) I Lane Use Flashing Yellow Control Signals 2455 I Traffic Control Signal at Other Than Intersection 2457 (a) I Actions Required at Flashing Red Signals b 2457 (b) I Actions Required at Flashing Yellow Signals 2460 (a,b) I Improper Turn Over Double Lines (c) I Improper Turn From Two-Way Left-Turn Lane 246 (a) I Driver Failure to Obey Signs/Signals 2462 I Disobedience of Driver or Streetcar Motorman to Traffic Control Signals 2464 (a) I Unauthorized Interference With Traffic Device b (b) I Unauthorized Use of Traffic Interference Device b (c) I Unauthorized Possession of Traffic Interference Device 2464 (e) I Willful Interference With Traffic Device or Willful Use, Possession, or Distribution of Traffic Interference Device That Does Not Result in Injury b b I Light Impairing Driver's Vision b I Failure to Keep to Right Side of Road 265 (a) I Driving Across Dividing on Freeway 2652 I Improperly Entering Highway From Service Road 2654 (a) I Slow-Moving Vehicles Keep to Right Edge of Roadway 57

2 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % (b) I Failure to Use Designated Lanes (b) I Improper Use of Preferential Lanes b (a) I Driving Over Double Lines of Preferential Lanes b 2656 I Failure of Slow-Moving Vehicles to Turn Out 2657 I Driving Against One-Way Traffic Patterns 2658 (a,b) I Lane Straddling/Failure to Use Specified Lanes 2659 I Unsafe Driving on Three-Lane Highway 2660 I Failure of Approaching Vehicles to Pass to the Right 266 I Right-of-Way Rule Narrow Grades 2662 (a,b) I Mountains Keep to Right Use Horn 2663 I Driving on Sidewalk 2664 I Failure to Use Designated Freeway On-/Off-ramp Properly 2700 I Load/Passengers Not to Obstruct Driver's View 2703 I Following Too Closely 2704 (a) I Trucks/Trailers Following Too Closely 2705 I Caravans Following Too Closely 2706 I Following Emergency Vehicles Too Closely (b) I Operation of Vehicle in Unsafe Manner in an b Emergency Incident Zone 2707 I Driving Within 300 t of Fire Areas 2708 I Running Over Unprotected Fire/Chemical Hose b I Driving Within Safety Zone 270 I Coasting in Neutral on Downgrade b 0 27 I Whipping or Swerving Towed Vehicle 272 (a) I Allowing Riding on Portion of Vehicle Not Designed for Passenger Use 272 (b) I Unlawful Riding on Vehicle b 0 58

3 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % (c) I Driver Permitting Riding in Trunk of Vehicle b 272 (d) I Riding in Trunk of Vehicle b (g) I Towing Trailer Coach, Camp Trailer, or Trailer Carrying Vessel That Contains Passenger 272 (h) I Driving While Towing Person Riding on Motorcycle, Motorized Bicycle, Bicycle, Coaster, Roller Skates, Sled, Skis, or Toy Vehicle 274 (a) I Use of Three-Wheeled Vehicle in HOV Lane 274 (b) I Use of Three-Wheeled Vehicle in Lane Adjacent to Striping or Area Between Two or More Vehicles Traveling in Adjacent Traffic Lanes 275 (a,b) I Exceeding Passenger Vehicle Towing Combination Limits 2720 I Unlawful Operation of Pocket Bike b I Overtaking and Passing Unsafely 275 I Passing Without Sufficient Clearance 2752 (a,b,d) I Driving Left of Center 2752 (c) I Driving Left of Center Within 00 t or When Traversing Railroad Grade Crossing b 2753 I Failure to Yield to Overtaking Vehicle 2754 (a-e) I Improper Passing on Right 2755 I Unsafe Passing on Right Shoulder 2758 I Unsafe Passing on Grades 2760 (b) I Overtaking or Passing Bicycle Unsafely b 2760 (b) I Causing Bodily Injury to a Bicycle Operator From Collision While Overtaking or Passing Bicycle Unsafely 2760 (c) I Overtaking or Passing Bicycle at Distance of Less Than Three t b b 59

4 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) 2760 (c) I Causing Bodily Injury to a Bicycle Operator From Collision While Overtaking or Passing Bicycle at Distance of Less Than Three t 2760 (d) I Overtaking or Passing Bicycle Without Slowing to Reasonable Speed 2760 (d) I Causing Bodily Injury to a Bicycle Operator From Collision While Overtaking or Passing Bicycle Without Slowing to Reasonable Speed % b b b 2800 (a-c) I Violation of Right-of-Way/Uncontrolled Intersection 2800 (d)(,2) I Violation of Right-of-Way/Controlled Intersection With Inoperative Control Signals 280 (a,b) I Violation of Right-of-Way Left Turn 2802 (a,b) I Violation of Right-of-Way Entering Through Highway 2803 (a,b) I Violation of "Yield" Sign 2804 (a,b) I Entering Highway From Alley or Driveway 2806 (a,b) I Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle b 2807 I Driving Authorized Emergency Vehicle Without Due Regard for Safety of Persons and Property 2809 (a) I Failure to Slow Down or Change Lane When Approaching and Passing Stationary Emergency Vehicle or Tow Truck Displaying Specific Lights 2200 (a,b) I Turn at Intersection From Wrong Position I U-Turn at Controlled Intersection 220 (d) I Violating Special Traffic Control Markers 2202 I Illegal U-Turn in Business District 2203 I Illegal U-Turn in Residential District 2204 I Illegal U-Turn Near Fire Station 2205 I Illegal U-Turn on Highway Without Unobstructed View 2206 I Unsafe Starting or Backing on Highway 60

5 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % I Unsafe Turn or Lane Change 2208 I Signal Required Before Turning or Changing Lanes 2209 I Sudden Stopping Without Signaling 220 (a,b) I Hand/Lamp Signal Not Given (b) I Speeding Over 00 MPH b (c) I Failure of Vehicles Subject to VC to Use Designated Lane (a) I Exceeding Maximum Speed Limit of 65 MPH (b) I Exceeding Maximum Speed Limit of 55 MPH on a Two-Lane Undivided Highway I Unsafe Speed for Prevailing Condition 2235 (a,b) I Driving in Excess of Prima Facie Speed Limits Established in VC (a)() I Operating Vehicle in Excess of 5 MPH at Railroad Crossing (a)(2) I Operating Vehicle in Excess of 5 MPH at Freeway Intersection With No Clear Field of Vision (a)(3) I Operating Vehicle in Excess of 5 MPH on Any Alley (b)() I Operation Vehicle in Excess of 25 MPH in Business District (b)(2) I Operating Vehicle in Excess of 25 MPH by School (b)(3) I Operating Vehicle in Excess of 25 MPH by Senior Center I Failure to Abide by Speed Limits Set by the Department of Transportation (DOT) on Highways I Failure to Abide by Variable Speed Limits Set by the Department of Transportation (DOT) I Violation of Prima Facie Local Speed Limit I Violation of Local Speed Limit 6

6 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % I Violation of Local Speed Limit on Narrow Street I Violation of Prima Facie Local Speed Limit I Violation of Local Speed Limits Between Business and Residence Districts 2236 I Violation of Speed Limit on Multiple Lane Highways I Violation of Speed Limit Surrounding Special Work Crews I Violation of DOT or Local Speed Limit Set for Snow or Ice I Violation of Speed Limit Set by DOT on Highways (a) I Truck or Tractor 9 MPH Over 55 MPH Limit b (a) I Truck or Tractor 0 MPH or More Over 55 MPH b Limit I Posted Speed for Designated Vehicles In Excess of Speed Limit by 0 MPH or More b I Speed Limit for Solid Tire Vehicle 2240 I Exceeding Speed Limit for Metal Tire Vehicles 2243 I Violation of Speed Limit Set by Local Authority for Steep Grades (a) I Failure to Stop at Stop Sign (b) I Failure to Stop at Stop Sign at Railroad Grade b Crossing 2245 (a,b) I Failure to Stop for Train Signals/Closed Gates b (b) I Failure of Certain Vehicles to Stop at Railroad b Crossings (c) I Failure of Commercial Vehicle to Stop at Railroad b Crossings (a) I Passing School Bus With Flashing Signals b (a) I Vending From Vehicle Without Coming to a Complete Stop or Parking the Vehicle Lawfully b 0 62

7 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % (e)(-3) I Vending From an Ice Cream Truck Under b 0 Conditions 2309 (c) 2 I Engaging In/Abetting Exhibition of Speed b (a) I Driving With Blood Alcohol of.0 or Greater b 0 While on Probation for Violation of VC 2352 or VC (a) I Drinking Alcoholic Beverage While Driving b 2322 (a) I Drinking Alcoholic Beverage by Driver b (b) I Drinking Alcoholic Beverage by Passenger b (a) I Possession of Open Container While Driving b (b) I Possession of Marijuana by Driver b (a) 3 I Possession of Open Container by Driver b (b) 3 I Possession of Open Container by Passenger b (a)() 3 I Storage of Open Container Restricted b (a) I Storage by Driver of Open Container in Passenger b 0 Compartment (b) I Storage by Passenger of Open Container in b 0 Passenger Compartment M Maximum Speed for Commercial Vehicles In Excess of Speed Limit by 5 MPH or More 2303 (a,b) M Reckless Driving (a) M Reckless Driving Bodily Injury (b) M Reckless Driving Great Bodily Injury (a) M Reckless Driving Specific Injury (a) M Engaging in Speed Contests (b) M Abetting Speed Contest

8 EMAT Ṅight (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) % (c) M Engage In/Abet Exhibition of Speed (d) M Placing Barricades or Obstructions (e)(2) 4 M Engaging in Speed Contest and Causing Bodily Injury M Engaging in Speed Contest Specific Injury (a,b) M Driving Under Influence of Alcohol (c) M Driving While Addicted to Drug (d) M Driving Commercial Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol 2352 (e) M Driving Under Influence of Drug (f) M Driving Under Influence of Alcohol and Drug (a,b) M Driving Under Influence of Alcohol While Causing Injury 2353 (d) M Driving Commercial Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol While Causing Injury 2353 (e) M Driving Under Influence of Drug While Causing Injury 2353 (f) M Driving Under Influence of Alcohol and Drug While Causing Injury ,000, , , ,000, , , (a,b) M Possession of Alcohol by Minor Notes Per VC 2760(f): "operative on September 6, 204." 2 Per PC 9.8: VC 2309(c) charged as an infraction is subject to fine "... not to exceed $ " 3 4 Per VC : a third or subsequent violation relating to "a driver of any vehicle used to provide transportation services on a prearranged services, operating under a valid certificate or permit pursuant to the Passenger Charter-party Carriers' Act (Chapter 8 (commencing with 535) of Division 2 of the public Utilities Code), is a misdemeanor. Per VC 2309(e)(2): "punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not less than 30 days nor more than six months or by a fine of not less than $500 nor more than $000, or by both the fine and imprisonment." 64

9 EMAT. Night TRAFFIC INFRACTION FIXED PENALTY SCHEDULE (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.2) (**See Preface, IV) ENHANCED PENALTY SPEED CHART AMOUNTS PER VEHICLE CODE SECTION (FOR ALL SPEED LIMITS) MPH Over Limit Bail Facility Const. e & PA % $70 $70 $49 $35 $35 $4 $4 $4 $29 $40 $35 $ $0 $ $05 $0 $77 $55 $55 $2 $22 $4 $449 $40 $35 $ $0 $ and over $35 $40 $98 $70 $70 $27 $28 $4 $572 $40 $35 $ $0 $648 Per VC : "Every person convicted of an infraction for a violation of 22350, 22406, or while operating a bus, motor truck, or truck tractor having three or more axles, or any motor truck or truck tractor drawing any other vehicle, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $00 for a first conviction, except that if a person has exceeded the specified speed limit by 0 miles per hour or more, the fine shall not exceed $200 for a first conviction and not exceeding $300 for a second or subsequent conviction." 65

10 EMAT. Night APPENDIX OF ENHANCED PENALTY AMOUNTS PER VEHICLE CODE SECTION 4200 VIOLATIONS COMMITTED IN SAFETY ENHANCEMENT DOUBLE FINE ZONES (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.3) (**See Preface, IV) NO SAFETY ENHANCEMENT ZONES IN MARIN COUNTY Vehicle Code e & PA Bail ** %

11 EMAT Conv. Assess Night TRAFFIC INFRACTION FIXED PENALTY SCHEDULE (*See Preface, s III and IV.C.3) (**See Preface, IV) (Vehicle Code sections) ENHANCED PENALTY SPEED CHART AMOUNTS PER VEHICLE CODE SECTION 4200 VIOLATIONS COMMITTED IN SAFETY ENHANCEMENT DOUBLE FINE ZONES (FOR ALL SPEED LIMITS) MPH Over Limit Bail Facility Const. e & PA Bail ** % NO SAFETY ENHANCEMENT ZONES IN MARIN COUNTY 67

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