VC 4000

Driving With Expired Registration in California

Get Caught Driving with Expired Registration in California? If you were driving with expired registration in California, whether intentionally or unintentionally, you were probably issued a citation under VC 4000(a). This is usually not a serious offense and can be remedied quite easily: You have to get your registration valid; and You have to show [...]

By | January 8th, 2015|

4000 Traffic Code with a Failure to Appear? Get Help!

4000 Traffic Code Explanation Vehicle Code 4000 in California refers to an offense for driving without valid registration on your vehicle. Under normal circumstances, this is a minor offense with an easy fix - you update your registration and you notify the court. However, if you fail to notify the court, you will be charged [...]

By | July 26th, 2014|

Unpaid Fix it Ticket California

Unpaid Fix it Ticket California - What happens next? An unpaid fix it ticket in California can quickly turn into a big mess. What usually can be fixed for a $25 dismissal fee can quickly turn into a driver's license hold and suspension as well as your fines skyrocketing up to $1,000 or more. If [...]

By | June 16th, 2014|

What if I Have a 40508 Failure to Appear in Court on a Traffic Ticket?

Do you have a 40508 failure to appear in court? Often this happens inadvertently because: 1) you forgot about your traffic court date; 2) you were expecting a courtesy notice in the mail informing you of your traffic court date; or 3) you sent in proof of correction to the traffic court and mistakenly believed [...]

By | January 16th, 2013|