CDL Traffic Tickets

If you have a CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) and were issued a California traffic ticket, it’s important to win and dismiss these traffic misdemeanors because you could lose your job! Your CDL is your livelihood, and a suspended CDL will inevitably affect your income source. As a CDL holder, the points for each traffic infraction you receive are 1.5 times more than the points of the same traffic violation for non-commercial drivers. You are also not eligible for traffic school with a CDL, and this is why it’s crucial for all CDL holders to fight and win their traffic tickets. Our traffic ticket attorneys are very experienced at fighting California traffic tickets for CDL drivers. We win 90% of CDL traffic tickets or your money back! We can save your CDL, remove points, dismiss fine amounts, and win your CDL traffic ticket without you having to go to court. Let us handle the entire process for you. You will keep your CDL clean, and more importantly, maintain your job. A CDL ticket dismissal is easy when we are in your corner.

CDL Ticket Dismissal with CA Traffic Tickets

As a commercial driver we understand that you spend a lot more time driving on the road, which greatly increases your chances of receiving a traffic ticket.  This is why we really fight hard for CDL drivers as losing a case would cost their livelihood!  We also understand that one traffic violation can cause your insurance rates to skyrocket and this would really eat away at your income.  Insurance hikes will likely stay for 3 years and this is another reason why CDL traffic tickets must be won.  Call our offices for a free CDL Traffic Ticket consultation today!  Our California traffic ticket attorneys have years of experience in this industry and we know what it takes to win a cdl ticket dismissal.




There has been a lot of media coverage regarding the CSA 2010 initiative and how it will impact drivers and companies involved in the trucking industry. CSA 2010 is the Comprehensive Safety Analysis, a new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) safety program designed to improve large truck and bus safety and ultimately reduce crashes. The purpose of the program is to enforce a new compliance model that will address safety deficiencies before they occur. The goal of the program is to implement a national system that makes the roads safer for motor carriers and the public alike.


Over the last few years, the rate of crash reduction has slowed, prompting FMCSA to take a fresh look at how the agency evaluates the safety of motor carriers and drivers and to explore ways to improve its safety monitoring, evaluation, and intervention processes. CSA 2010 is the result of this comprehensive examination.


In order to maintain that motor carriers and drivers are complying with the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) a Federal or State Safety Investigator (SI) will conduct an investigation. Normally investigations are triggered because of a driver or carrier that has multiple FMCSA safety violations. The SI will determine appropriate follow-on interventions as well as discuss with the carrier how they might improve their operations so that their Safety Measurement System (SMS) scores will improve.


Carriers can prepare for CSA 2010 by keeping yourself and those in your company abreast of trends and changes to ensure compliance.