VC 21453(c): A driver facing a steady red arrow signal shall not enter the intersection to make the movement indicated by the arrow and, unless entering the intersection to make a movement permitted by another signal, shall stop at a clearly marked limit line, but if none, before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection, or if none, then before entering the intersection, and shall remain stopped until an indication permitting movement is shown.
Citations issued for violation of 21453 c vc is one of the most common traffic tickets in California. Red Light tickets for violation of Section 21453 c vc of the California Vehicle Code can be successfully contested and dismissed. These California traffic tickets may be issued by an officer or by the red light photo enforcement program. The citations issued through the Automated Enforcement Systems operated by private companies in conjunction with the various cities are becoming more common as the various municipalities see these tickets as a potential revenue stream.
It is common to confuse 21453 a and 21453 c. 21453 c is for red arrows and 21453 a is for circular red lights.
How much is 21453 c vc fine amount?
The true cost of VC 21453 c fine amount may be much higher than the fine amount for the red light ticket in the long term as the DMV point can lead to higher auto insurance rates for three years of more.
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