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California Driver – Out-of-State Traffic Ticket

Getting an out-of-state traffic ticket can result in one point being added to your California driver’s license record. For more information, see the table toward the bottom of the page.

Out-of-State or Out-of-Town Driver

If you were issued a traffic ticket while visiting Los Angeles County and/or Southern California, we can handle it on your behalf so the issue is resolved without you coming back to California.

You Received a Ticket While Visiting Los Angeles County or Southern California 

The following could apply if you are an out-of-state resident with an out-of-state license but received a ticket while in Los Angeles County or Southern California:

Your license is suspended.
The ticket is preventing you from having your license renewed.

For both scenarios, we can help.

We can also provide legal assistance if you are an out-of-town resident, meaning that you live in California but a significant distance away, and were issued a traffic ticket while in Southern California and specifically Los Angeles County.

 

To speak directly to one of our qualified Traffic Clinic traffic ticket attorneys for a FREE legal consultation, call us at 844-999-9987.


Out-of-State or Out-Of-Town — Huge GC Services Fines

If you are a nonresident of California or you live a great distance from Los Angeles but received a traffic ticket while in Los Angeles County, you might receive a letter from GC Services mandating that you pay a hefty fine to have the ticket issue cleared.

If this happens, contact us immediately so that we can deal with the ticket issue, the fine, and GC Services. For this scenario, you do not even need to return to the state or city in order for us to assist.

We deal with the collection agency GC Services often. Therefore, we have the expertise to get a court date set for you in front of a judge so that we can fight the charges and the fine. To speak to an attorney, call us at 844-999-9987.

Remember, most states share and report traffic violations and it will be put on your driving record.

One Point Added to Your License Record for Out-of-State Traffic Tickets

Getting an out-of-state traffic ticket can result in one point being added to your license record in the state where you reside. This applies if:

  • You are a California resident and were issued a ticket while out of state.
  • You are an out-of-state resident and were issued a ticket in the state of California.

 

For a list of out-of-state violations that count as one point on your driver’s license, see the table below.

For Residents of California

California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Points

As a resident of the state of California, if you are issued a traffic ticket in a different state, the California DMV will count that on your record. In addition, the DMV will add applicable points to your record for convictions received in other states, as well as Canada, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia.

Under California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 13363, the DMV will determine whether the same violation, if committed in California, will be assessed as “Negligent Operator” as far as point count or if there are grounds for suspension or revocation. Points that result from out-of-state convictions may form a basis, or part of a basis, on which the DMV can take action against you.

Collision from Out-of-State

If you as a California driver have a collision in a different state, it may be reported to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) through the Problem Driver Pointer System (PDPS), out-of-state law enforcement agencies, or the National Driver Register. If there is inadequate evidence to determine responsibility, the collision is assigned points.

For this reason, no action is imposed, with the exception of a driver’s license being suspended or on DMV probation, and the collision occurring during a suspension period when there is evidence of driving while suspended. Once these reports are reviewed and the responsible driver is determined, the report is updated and placed on the driver’s record. If the driver was responsible, the out-of-state collision will result in points being added to the license record.

Points on a California Driver’s License

Out-of-State Violations

The following out-of-state violations will result in points on a California driver’s license if a person is convicted.

Los Angeles Traffic Attorney – We Can Help

If you are:

  • An out-of-town resident and were issued a traffic ticket while visiting Southern California including but not limited to Los Angeles County
  • An out-of-state resident and were issued a traffic ticket while visiting Southern California including but not limited to Los Angeles County

 

We can help but you should act fast, time is of the essence. We will handle the case for you so that you do not even need to return to the city or state. To speak directly with an attorney at no charge, please call 844-999-9987.


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