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California law makes the offense of speeding over 100 miles per hour a 2 point traffic infraction. The main difference between the violation of driving over 100 and other speeding offenses is that a conviction can result in a 30 day license suspension. A Kern County Speeding Ticket Lawyer can defend the offense of speeding over one hundred miles per hour in order to help avoid the mandatory consequences of a violation on their record and the long term effect such a conviction will have on the cost of insurance.
The applicable law for the violation is set forth in the California Vehicle Code.
A person who drives a vehicle upon a highway at a speed greater than 100 miles per hour is guilty of an infraction punishable, as follows:
Vehicle Code 13355 also provides for mandatory suspensions under certain conditions as follows: