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1 Eligible for driving school CDL license holder is not eligible for driving school Shaded violations not reportable to MVD M/1 M/2 M/3 = Misdemeanor classification V = Civil offense B = Violation can be cited as either a criminal or civil PO = Petty offense Maximum per diem jail costs: 1 st $ $74.00/day (or, on defendant s ability to pay, which amount could be less) 1 day $ days $ days $ days $ days $ days $ days $ days $ Effective sentencing date and after. Title 28 UNIFORM BOND SCHEDULE Effective: 07/29/2010 And PRESUMPTIVE FINE AMOUNTS A civil penalty imposed for a civil traffic violation shall not exceed $250.00, plus surcharges, except as otherwise provided by statute. A civil penalty imposed on a juvenile for a civil traffic violation shall be the same as a civil penalty imposed on an adult. A penalty imposed on a juvenile offender for a criminal traffic violation shall not exceed $150.00, plus surcharges, unless a greater amount is provided by statute (but not to exceed $500.00). A fine or penalty imposed for a class 1 misdemeanor shall not exceed $ , plus surcharges. A fine or penalty imposed for a class 2 misdemeanor shall not exceed $750.00, plus surcharges. A fine or penalty imposed for a class 3 misdemeanor shall not exceed $500.00, plus surcharges. A fine or penalty imposed for a petty offense shall not exceed $300.00, plus surcharges. An 84% surcharge is included in the total BOND on all fines and civil penalties. The additional $20.00 probation surcharge is also included where applicable. On a determination of hardship, surcharges may be waived or reduced only on those fines or penalties that have a statutory minimum. The court shall not waive any portion of the fine, additional assessment or surcharge on a DUI, Extreme DUI, Aircraft DUI or Boating DUI (effective 3/13/2004). UNIFORM (APPEARANCE) BOND SCHEDULE CRIMINAL OFFENSES M/1 CLASS 1 MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES $ M/2 CLASS 2 MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES $ M/3 CLASS 3 MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES $ CLS ARS PTS VIOLATION DESCRIPTION PENALTY M/ E FAIL TO STOP AT PORT OF ENTRY $ RECORDS AND INFORMATION VIOLATIONS V A FAIL TO REPORT NAME/ADDRESS CHANGE $ M/ A RECORDS NO DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION M/ B RECORDS NO DISCLOSURE OF MVD INFORMAITION M/ C RECORDS FALS DISCLOSURE TO OBTAIN MVD INFORMATION OBEDIENCE AND TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SIGNAL VIOLATIONS M/ A 2 OBEDIENCE TO POLICE OFFICERS $ V A1 2 FAIL TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE $ V A2 3 DRIVING OVER/ACROSS GORE AREA V A1a 2 VIOLATE GREEN TRAFFIC SIGNAL RESTRICTIONS $ V A1b 2 FAIL TO YIELD ON GREEN ARROW V A2b PEDESTRIAN YELLOW LIGHT VIOLATION V A3a 2 FAIL TO STOP FOR RED LIGHT FYI: On receipt of a record of judgment for this violation, MVD will order the person to attend TSS. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V A3b 2 ILLEGAL RIGHT TURN ON RED LIGHT V A3c 2 FAILURE TO YIELD ON RED LIGHT V A3d PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ON RED LIGHT V B 2 VIOLATION OF CONTROL SIGNAL OTHER THAN AT INTERSECTION V C 2 FAIL TO STOP AND YIELD TO DRIVER ON RIGHT V A1 2 DRIVER FAILURE TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY TO PEDESTRIAN AT CONTROL SIGNAL $ V A2 PEDESTRIAN VIOLATION/ WALKING AGAINST CONTROL SIGNAL V B PEDESTRIAN SHALL NOT LOITER AT PEDESTRIAN CONTROL SIGNAL

2 OBEDIENCE OF TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SIGNAL VIOLATIONS V FAIL TO OBEY FLASHING RED STOP SIGNAL $ FYI: On receipt of a record of judgment for this violation, MVD will order the person to Attend TSS. V FAIL TO OBEY FLASHING YELLOW CAUTION SIGNAL V A1 DISPLAY OF UNAUTHORIZED SIGN RESEMBLING OFFICIAL TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE $ V A2 DISPLAY OF UNAUTHORIZED SIGN/ ATTEMPTS TO DIRECT TRAFFIC V A3 DISPLAY OF UNAUTHORIZED SIGN HIDING OFFICIAL SIGN V B PLACE COMMERCIAL AD ON TRAFFIC SIGN/SIGNAL M/ A INTERFERENCE WITH OFFICIAL SIGNS/SIGNALS $ M/ B POSSESSION OF TRAFFIC PREEMPTION EMITTER V FAIL TO MAINTAIN WARNING DEVICES AT CONSTRUCTION SITES $ V USE PRIVATE PROPERTY TO AVOID TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE $ ACCIDENT RELATED VIOLATIONS M/ A1 6 LEAVE ACCIDENT SCENE DAMAGE TO VEHICLE $ M/ A2 6 FAIL TO REMAIN AT ACCIDENT/DAMAGE TO VEHICLE M/ A3 6 FAIL TO STOP AT SCENE W/O OBSTRUCTING TRAFFIC M/ A1 6 FAIL TO GIVE INFO AT ACCIDENT /NAME, ADDRESS, REGISTRATION $ M/ A2 6 FAIL TO GIVE INFO AT ACCIDENT /EXHIBIT DRIVER S LICENSE M/ A3 6 FAIL TO RENDER REASONABLE ASSISTANCE TO INJURED PERSON M/ A1 6 FAIL TO STOP ON STRIKING UNATTENDED VEHICLE $ M/ A2 6 FAIL TO NOTIFY IN ACCIDENT WITH UNATTENDED VEHICLE M/ A1 6 FAIL TO NOTIFY WHEN STRIKING FIXTURE ON HIGHWAY $ M/ A2 6 FAIL TO SHOW DRIVER S LICENSE; STRIKING FIXTURE ON HIGHWAY V FAIL TO IMMEDIATELY REPORT ACCIDENT $ M/ A 4 6 CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY BY MOVING VIOLATIONS C. (If violation causes serious injury)... shall... complete traffic survival school training and educational sessions... and the court.. may direct the department to suspend the person s driving privilege for 90 days. (If violation causes death) shall... complete traffic survival school training and educational sessions... and the court... may direct the department to suspend the person s driving privilege for180 days. Maximum fine shall be $1, RECKLESS AND AGGRESSIVE DRIVING $ M/2 M/ A NOTE TO CLERK: MVD will accept the violation with or without the subsection 8 RECKLESS DRIVING 2 nd offense within 24 months: D.... not less than 20 days in jail (with a previous conviction of or a1, in the driving of a vehicle, or A, A or , or ). Jail reimbursement $ ACCOUNT CODE 82 The court shall assess reimbursement of costs of incarceration pursuant to M/ A 8 AGGRESSIVE DRIVING 1st offense: C shall attend... traffic survival school training and educational sessions.. C.2. The court may order the department to suspend driving privilege for 30 days. 2 nd offense within 24 months: D.1. MVD shall revoke the driving privilege for one year. $ jail costs $

3 SPEED TABLE: 1 9 mph over over over over over 40 +mph over SPEED VIOLATIONS $ V A 3 SPEED GREATER THAN REASONABLE AND PRUDENT (TO AVOID AN ACCIDENT) $ V A 3 SPEED GREATER THAN REASONABLE AND PRUDENT SEE SPEED TABLE V B.3 REASONABLE AND PRUDENT SPEED PRIMA FACIE NOTE: Not an MVD acceptable violation code not reportable to MVD SEE SPEED TABLE V E 3 SPEED LESS THAN REASONABLE AND PRUDENT $ M/ A 3 EXCESSIVE SPEED SEE SPEED TABLE NOTE: Not an MVD acceptable violation code not reportable to MVD M/ A1 3 EXCEED 35 MPH APPROACHING SCHOOL CROSSING $ M/ A2 3 EXCEED SPEED LIMIT BY 20 MPH /DRIVING OVER 45 IN BUSINESS/RESIDENTIAL AREA SEE SPEED TABLE M/ A3 3 EXCEED 85 MPH SEE SPEED TABLE NOTE: Criminal speed is only eligible for driving school if, 1. The court has notified the AOC that criminal speed will be allowed for violations of The Judge otherwise allows it on an individual basis, as evidenced by judicial order. V A 0 LESS THAN 65 IN 55 / WASTE OF FINITE RESOURCES $ the civil penalty shall not exceed $15.00 plus the penalty assessments... NOTE: Not reportable to MVD V C 2 EXCEED MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT SEE SPEED TABLE V B 2 EXCEED MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT OUTSIDE URBAN AREA SEE SPEED TABLE V A 2 SPEED NOT TO IMPEDE TRAFFIC $ V C 2 FAIL TO TURN OFF WHEN SPEED LESS THAN NORMAL FLOW V SPECIAL SPEED LIMIT ON MOTOR DRIVEN CYCLES V A 2 DRIVE WITH SOLID RUBBER/CUSHION TIRES OVER10 MPH V B 2 UNSAFE SPEED ON BRIDGE AND OTHER ELEVATED STRUCTURE M/ A NOTE TO CLERK: MVD will accept the violation with or without the subsection 8 RACING ON HIGHWAY; EXHIBITION OF SPEED 1st offense: D. The judge may order the suspension of the driving privileges for a period of not more than 90 days. A fine of not less than $ $ V A1 2 VIOLATION OF MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT FOR LARGE VEHICLES SEE SPEED TABLE V A2 2 VIOLATION OF MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT FOR VEHICLE DRAWING POLE TRAILER SEE SPEED TABLE 3

4 SPEED VIOLATIONS V A 2 SPEED IN EXCESS OF POSTED IN A HIGHWAY WORK ZONE (where workers are not present) NO additional assessment applies to the A charge. The penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 99 (only for the A charge see below for the B charge). V B 2 SPEED IN EXCESS OF POSTED IN A HIGHWAY WORK ZONE (where workers are present) MPH IN EXCESS OVER POSTED SPEED BASE SPEED FINE Account Code 99 double civil penalties. The same assessment as for A, (the base portion only, exclusive of surcharges), plus an additional assessment equal to that (the base portion only, exclusive of surcharges) amount. The speed penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 75. The additional assessment is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 76. Surcharges cannot be waived on the penalty reported to Account Code 75. Surcharges are not added to the assessment reported to Account Code 76. The Judge may waive the additional assessment. 84% SURCHARGE + Account Codes 66/69 SUBTOTAL ADDTL ASSESSMENT Account Code 76 TOTAL 1 9 $73.37 $ $20.00 $ $73.00 $ $82.61 $ $20.00 $ $83.00 $ $89.67 $ $20.00 $ $89.00 $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ SEE SPEED TABLE SEE TABLE BELOW DRIVING ON RIGHT SIDE AND PASSING VIOLATIONS V A 2 FAIL TO DRIVE ON RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD $ V B 2 FAIL TO DRIVE ON RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD SLOW SPEED V FAIL TO YIELD HALF ROAD TO OPPOSING DRIVERS $ V FAIL TO PASS ON LEFT $ V FAIL TO GIVE WAY TO OVERTAKING VEHICLE V A 2 IMPROPER OVERTAKING ON RIGHT $ V B 2 UNSAFE CONDITIONS WHEN PASSING ON RIGHT V LIMITATIONS OVERTAKING ON THE LEFT $ V A1 2 DRIVE LEFT OF CENTER APPROACHING CURVE OR CREST $ V A2 2 DRIVE LEFT OF CENTER WITHIN100 FT OF INTERSECTION V A3 2 DRIVE LEFT OF CENTER; OBSTRUCTED VIEW V NO PASSING ZONE MARKED $ V B 2 VIOLATION ONE WAY ROAD $ V C 2 DRIVE TO RIGHT SIDE OF TRAFFIC ISLAND V DRIVE IN ONE LANE; UNSAFE LANE CHANGE $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V UNLAWFUL USE OF CENTER LANE $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V FAIL TO OBEY LANE DIRECTION MARKINGS $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days 4

5 if the violation results in death. Per ARS C DRIVING ON RIGHT SIDE AND PASSING VIOLATIONS V A 2 FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY $ V B 2 VEHICLE WITH TOW FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY V C 2 VEHICLE IN CARAVAN or MOTORCADE FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY V FAIL TO USE EXIT/ENTRANCE TO CONTROLLED ACCESS HIGHWAY $ V FAIL TO OBEY ACCESS RESTRICTIONS $ V B 2 FAIL TO OBEY ACCESS RESTRICTION SIGNS $ V DRIVE THROUGH SAFETY ZONE $ V A 2 OVERTAKING BICYCLES B. If a person violates this section and the violation results in a collision causing: 1. Serious physical injury as defined in ARS the violator is subject to a civil penalty of up to $ Death to another person, the violator is subject to a civil penalty of up to $1, $ DESIGNATED LANE VIOLATIONS V B1 2 DESIGNATED LANE VIOLATION /VEHICLE GROSS WEIGHT OVER 26,000 LBS $ V B2 2 DESIGNATED LANE VIOLATION /VEHICLE DRAWING POLE TRAILER V A 2 DRIVING IN HOV LANE W/ FEWER THAN 2 INCLUDING DRIVER Violations occurring on or after August 9, 2001 C.... is subject to a civil penalty of $ The penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 78. Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. $ TURNING AND SIGNAL VIOLATIONS V IMPROPER POSITION; RIGHT TURN $ V IMPROPER POSITION; LEFT TURN $ V FAIL TO OBEY TURN SIGNS/MARKERS $ V a 2 FAIL TO USE 2 WAY LEFT TURN LANE $ V b 2 IMPROPER USE 2 WAY LEFT TURN LANE $ V U-TURN ON CURVE OR CREST OF GRADE PROHIBITED $ V UNSAFE STARTING OF PARKED VEHICLE $ V A 2 UNSAFE TURN OR NO TURN SIGNAL $ V B 2 NO CONTINUOUS SIGNAL FOR100 FT RIGHT/LEFT TURN $ V C 2 FAIL TO SIGNAL BEFORE STOP OR SLOW $ V FAIL TO USE HAND OR ARM SIGNALS OR SIGNAL DEVICE $

6 RIGHT-OF-WAY VIOLATIONS V A 2 FAIL TO YIELD AT INTERSECTION $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V C 2 FAIL TO YIELD ENTERING FREEWAY/ROADWAY $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V FAIL TO YIELD ON LEFT TURN AT INTERSECTION $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V FAIL TO YIELD FROM STOP SIGN $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V FAIL TO YIELD FROM PRIVATE ROAD OR DRIVE $ V A1 2 FAIL TO YIELD TO EMERGENCY VEHICLE $ V A2 2 FAIL TO DRIVE TO RIGHT CURB; FOR APPROACHING EMERGENCY VEHICLE V A3 2 FAIL TO STOP FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLE V C 2 FOLLOWING FIRE APPARATUS / CLOSER THAN 500 FT V D1 2 APPROACH POLICE VEHICLE WHILE IN EMERGENCY V D2 2 FOLLOWING POLICE / CLOSER THAN 300 FT V E1 2 APPROACH STATIONARY EMERGENCY VEH ON HWY W/ 4 LANES V E2 2 APPROACH STATIONARY EMERGENCY VEH W/O DUE CAUTION V A 2 FAIL TO YIELD TO FUNERAL PROCESSION $ V B IMPROPER EQUIPMENT / MARKED FUNERAL ESCORT VEHICLE

7 PEDESTRIAN VIOLATIONS V A 2 FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN IN CROSSWALK $ FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN IN CROSSWALK CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN IN CROSSWALK CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V B 2 PASS VEHICLE STOPPED FOR PEDESTRIAN PASS VEHICLE STOPPED FOR PEDESTRIAN CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C PASS VEHICLE STOPPED FOR PEDESTRIAN CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V A PEDESTRIAN FAILS TO YIELD TO VEHICLES $ V B PEDESTRIAN FAILS TO CROSS ROAD PROPERLY V C JAYWALKING BETWEEN SIGNALS V FAIL TO USE DUE CARE TO AVOID HITTING PEDESTRIAN CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO USE DUE CARE TO AVOID HITTING PEDESTRIAN CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to$ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C $ V FAIL TO USE DUE CARE; SOUND HORN WHEN NECESSARY FAIL TO USE DUE CARE, SOUND HORN WHEN NECESSARY CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO USE DUE CARE, SOUND HORN WHEN NECESSARY CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C

8 V FAIL TO USE DUE CARE CAUTION/CHILD OR INCAPACITATED PERSON FAIL TO USE DUE CARE /CHILD OR INCAPACITATED PERSON CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO USE DUE CARE /CHILD OR INCAPACITATED PERSON CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V FAIL TO USE RIGHT HALF OF PEDESTRIAN CROSSWALK $ V A WALK IN STREET WHERE SIDEWALK PROVIDED $ V B FAIL TO WALK FACING TRAFFIC WITH NO SIDEWALK V C HITCHHIKING ON ROADWAYS

9 PEDESTRIAN VIOLATIONS V F 2 SCHOOL ZONE SPEED IN EXCESS OF15 MPH $ SCHOOL ZONE SPEED IN EXCESS OF 15 MPH CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C SCHOOL ZONE SPEED IN EXCESS OF 15 MPH CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V G 2 FAIL TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING FAIL TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V H 2 SCHOOL ZONE SPEED IN EXCESS OF15 MPH ON HIGHWAY (FINES DOUBLED SIGNS POSTED) The speed penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 99. The additional assessment is to be manually added to icis receivables under ACCOUNT CODE 99. SEE TABLE BELOW MPH IN EXCESS OVER POSTED SPEED BASE SPEED FINE Account Code 99 84% SURCHARGE + Account Codes 66/69 SUBTOTAL ADDTL ASSESSMENT Account Code 99 TOTAL 1 9 $73.37 $ $20.00 $ $73.00 $ $82.61 $ $20.00 $ $83.00 $ $89.67 $ $20.00 $ $89.00 $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ $ $ $20.00 $ $ $ Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury and 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C 9

10 V I 2 FAILURE TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING (FINES DOUBLE SIGNS POSTED) FINE & ADDTL ASSESSMENT TOTAL SURCHARGES Account Code 99 $ $73.00 $ The additional assessment is to be manually added to icis receivables under ACCOUNT CODE 99. FAIL TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO STOP WHEN PERSON IN SCHOOL CROSSING CAUSING ACCIDENT W/ DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C BICYCLE VIOLATIONS V A PARENT/GUARDIAN KNOWINGLY PERMIT BICYCLE VIOLATION $ V A BICYCLE RIDER NOT USING SEAT $ V B MORE RIDERS ON BICYCLE THAN ALLOWED V BICYCLE RIDER CLINGING TO VEHICLE $ V A BICYCLE NOT RIDDEN ON RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD $ V B BICYCLE RIDERS MORE THAN TWO ABREAST V D 2 VEHICLE PROHIBITED FROM USING BIKE PATH/LANE V UNLAWFUL CARRYING OF PACKAGE ON BICYCLE $ V A NO BICYCLE LAMP AS REQUIRED $ V B BICYCLE WITH SIREN OR WHISTLE V C BICYCLE BRAKES NOT AS REQUIRED

11 SPECIAL STOP VIOLATIONS V A 2 FAIL TO STOP AT RAILROAD CROSSING/SIGNAL $ V B 2 DRIVE THROUGH OR AROUND CLOSED RAILROAD GATE V FAIL TO STOP AT RAILROAD CROSSING (w/in 50 ft/not less than 50 ft of nearest rail) $ V A 2 BUS/DANGEROUS CARGO MUST STOP AT RAILROAD CROSSING $ V A1 2 FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE / MOVING HEAVY EQUIPMENT $ V A2a 2 FAIL TO STOP MOVING HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT RAILROAD GRADE V A2b 2 FAIL TO LOOK MOVING HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT RAILROAD GRADE V A3 2 UNSAFE CROSSING OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT RAILROAD GRADE V B 2 FAIL TO OBEY SIGNAL AT RAILROAD GRADE V B 2 STOP SIGN VIOLATION STOP SIGN VIOLATION CAUSING ACCIDENT WITH INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C STOP SIGN VIOLATION CAUSING ACCIDENT WITH DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C V C 2 YIELD SIGN VIOLATION YIELD SIGN VIOLATION CAUSING ACCIDENT WITH INJURY The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes serious physical injury. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C YIELD SIGN VIOLATION CAUSING ACCIDENT WITH DEATH The person is subject to a fine up to $ if the violation causes death. Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C $ V STOP REQUIRED FROM ALLEY OR DRIVEWAY $ V FAIL TO YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN FROM ALLEY/DRIVEWAY V FAIL TO YIELD ENTERING ROAD FROM ALLEY/DRIVEWAY V A1 2 FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNAL 1 st offense: G1. The court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $ nd offense: G2. (within 36 months) the court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $ and shall suspend the DL for not more than 6 months 3 rd offense: G3. (within 36 months) the court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $1, and shall suspend the DL for at least 6 months, but not more than 1 year. FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNAL WITH ACCIDENT CAUSING INJURY Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNALWITH ACCIDENT CAUSING DEATH Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C $ , ,

12 SPECIAL STOP VIOLATIONS V A2 2 FAIL TO REMAIN STOPPED AT SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNAL 1 st offense: G1. The court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $ nd offense: G2. (within 36 months) the court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $ and shall suspend the DL for not more than 6 months 3 rd offense: G3. (within 36 months) the court shall impose a minimum civil penalty of $1, and shall suspend the DL for at least 6 months, but not more than 1 year. FAIL TO REMAIN STOPPED AT SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNAL WITH ACCIDENT CAUSING INJURY Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 90 days if violation results in serious physical injury. Per ARS C FAIL TO REMAIN STOPPED AT SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGNAL WITH ACCIDENT CAUSING DEATH Second violation of this section within a period of 36 months, shall direct the department to suspend driving privilege for 180 days if the violation results in death. Per ARS C $ , , V B UNLAWFUL SCHOOL BUS MARKINGS $ V C FAIL TO CONCEAL SCHOOL BUS MARKINGS V D FAIL TO HAVE STOP SIGNAL ON BUS V D1 OPERATOR/FAIL TO MANUALLY OPERATE STOP SIGNAL V D2 FAIL TO DISPLAY SCHOOL BUS STOP SIGN V NOT USING CARE WHEN APPROACHING HORSES/LIVESTOCK $

13 STOPPING/ STANDING/ PARKING VIOLATIONS NO PROBATION SURCHARGE V A STOP/STAND/PARK VIOLATION $90.00 V A1 STOP/STAND/PARK ON SIDEWALK $90.00 V A2 STOP/STAND/PARK BLOCKING DRIVEWAY V A3 STOP/STAND/PARK IN INTERSECTION V A4 STOP/STAND/PARK WITHIN15 FEET OF FIRE HYDRANT V A5 STOP/STAND/PARK ON CROSSWALK V A6 STOP/STAND/PARK WITHIN 20 FEET OF CROSSWALK AT INTERSECTION V A7 STOP/STAND/PARK WITHIN 30 FEET OF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE V A8 STOP/STAND/PARK AT SAFETY ZONE V A9 STOP/STAND/PARK NEAR RAILROAD CROSSING V A10 STOP/STAND/PARK NEAR FIRE STATION V A11 STOP/STAND/PARK TO OBSTRUCT TRAFFIC V A12 STOP/STAND/PARK ON ROAD SIDE OF VEHICLE V A13 STOP/STAND/PARK ON BRIDGE, IN TUNNEL V A14 STOP/STAND/PARK NOT OBEY SIGN V A15 STOP STAND PARK ON CONTROLLED ACCESS HIGHWAY V A FAIL TO PARALLEL PARK WITHIN18 INCHES OF CURB $90.00 V C STOP/STAND/PARK IN VIOLATION OF SIGN V A PARKING SPACE FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES VIOLATION A... is subject to a civil penalty of at least $ $ The penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 74. Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. V A VIOLATION OF HANDICAPPED PARKING PRIVILEGES A... a minimum civil penalty of $ Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. $

14 OTHER MOVING AND RULE VIOLATIONS V A 2 UNSAFE BACKING OF VEHICLE $ V B 2 NO BACKING ON ACCESS ROAD, EXIT OR ENTRANCE V IMPROPER RIDING ON MOTORCYCLE/ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE $ V A OBSTRUCTING OF DRIVER VIEW OR DRIVING MECHANISM $ V B PASSENGER OBSTRUCTS VIEW/INTERFERES WITH CONTROL V STAY RIGHT & MAINTAIN CONTROL; MOUNTAIN HIGHWAYS $ V A 2 COASTING PROHIBITED ON DOWNGRADE IN NEUTRAL GEAR $ V B 2 COMMERCIAL DRIVER; NO COASTING DOWNGRADE WITHOUT CLUTCH V DRIVING AT A SPEED WHICH CAUSES TRAILER TO SWAY $ V CROSSING FIRE HOSE VIOLATION $ V A PLACING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ON ROAD $ V B FAIL TO REMOVE HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DROPPED ON ROAD V C FAIL TO REMOVE HAZARDOUS DEBRIS WITH WRECKED VEHICLE V ALLOW BARBED WIRE LYING LOOSE ON OR IN HIGHWAY $ V A1 2 OPERATE SCHOOL BUS WITH MORE THAN CAN BE SEATED $ V A2 2 OPERATE SCHOOL BUS WITH PERSON STANDING V B IMPROPER STOP OF SCHOOL BUS AT SCHOOL V FAIL TO REPAINT SCHOOL BUS AFTER SALE BY STATE $ V A 2 DEPRIVE MOTORCYCLE FULL USE OF LANE $ V B 2 MOTORCYCLE PASS VEHICLE IN SAME LANE V C 2 MOTORCYCLE OPERATED BETWEEN VEHICLES IN LANES V D 2 MOTORCYCLES; MORE THAN TWO ABREAST IN LANE V A 2 DRIVING ON SIDEWALK $ V VEHICLE DOOR AS TRAFFIC OBSTRUCTION $ V RAISE/LOWER VEHICLE AT GREATER THAN15 MPH $ SEAT BELT VIOLATIONS V A CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT VIOLATION C.... is subject to a civil penalty of $ Civil penalty suspended with proof of acquiring a child restraint. $ The penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 53. Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. V A1 LAP AND SHOULDER BELTS REQUIRED $38.00 G.... is subject to a maximum civil penalty of $10.00 for each violation. NOTE: Not reportable to MVD V A2 LAP BELT REQUIRED G.... is subject to a maximum civil penalty of $10.00 for each violation. NOTE: Not reportable to MVD V B DRIVER REQUIRE RESTRAINT ON PASSENGER UNDER16 YRS H.... is subject to a maximum civil penalty of $10.00 for each violation. NOTE: Not reportable to MVD 14

15 EQUIPMENT SAFETY VIOLATIONS V UNDER 16 YRS OPERATING ELEC PERSONAL ASST MOBIL DEVICE $ TRANSPORTING EQUINE VIOLATIONS M A COMPARTMENT VIOLATION TRANSPORT EQUINE $ B1 CARGO SPACE VIOLATION TRANSPORT EQUINE B2 FAILURE TO SEGREGATE AGGRESSIVE EQUINE TRANSPORT EQUINE B3 INSUFFICIENT INTERIOR HEIGHT TRANSPORT EQUINE B4 EQUIPMENT VIOLATION TRANSPORT EQUINE C1 IMPROPER MAINTENANCE VIOLATION TRANSPORT EQUINE C2a IMPROPER LOADING TRANSPORT EQUINE C2b IMPROPER LOADING TRANSPORT EQUINE D1 FAILURE TO PROPERLY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT EQUINE D2 FAILURE TO OBSERVE/CHECK CONDITION TRANSPORT EQUINE D3 FAILURE TO OFFLOAD TRANSPORT EQUINE D4 IMPROPER USE OF ELECTRIC PRODS TRANSPORT EQUINE EQUIPMENT SAFETY VIOLATIONS V A1a OPERATE UNSAFE/ENDANGERING VEHICLE $ V A1b VEHICLE HAS REQUIRED EQUIPMENT MISSING V A1c ILLEGALLY EQUIPPED VEHICLE V A2 NOT COMPLY WITH EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS OF CHAPTER V D VIOLATION OF EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS V VIOLATION OF LIGHTED LAMPS REQUIREMENTS $ V A TWO HEAD LAMPS REQUIRED $ V B IMPROPER MOTORCYCLE/ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE HEAD LAMPS V C IMPROPER HEIGHT OF HEAD LAMPS V A RED TAIL LAMPS REQUIRED $ V B IMPROPER HEIGHT OF TAIL LAMPS V C IMPROPER LIGHT ON LICENSE PLATE V A1 TWO RED REFLECTORS IN REAR ON NEW VEHICLES REQUIRED $ V A2 NEW MOTORCYCLE; ONE RED REFLECTOR REQUIRED V C IMPROPER REFLECTOR HEIGHT; NEW VEHICLES V BRAKE LAMPS REQUIRED $ V IMPROPER LIGHTS ON BUS OR TRUCK $ V a IMPROPER FRONT LIGHTS ON BUS/TRUCK > 80 IN. WIDE V b IMPROPER REAR LIGHTS; BUS/TRUCK > 80 IN. WIDE V c IMPROPER SIDELIGHTS; BUS/TRUCK > 80 IN. WIDE V d IMPROPER SIDE REFLECTORS; BUS/TRUCK > 80 IN WIDE V a IMPROPER TRUCK TRACTOR FRONT LAMPS V b IMPROPER TRUCK TRACTOR REAR LAMPS V a IMPROPER SEMI-TRAILER FRONT LAMPS V b IMPROPER SEMI-TRAILER SIDE LAMPS V c IMPROPER SEMI-TRAILER SIDE REFLECTORS V d IMPROPER SEMI-TRAILER REAR LAMPS/REFLECTORS V a IMPROPER POLE TRAILER SIDE LIGHTS V b IMPROPER POLE TRAILER REAR REFLECTORS V a IMPROPER LIGHT TRAILER REAR REFLECTORS V b IMPROPER LIGHT TRAILER STOP LIGHT V B IMPROPER USE OF FLASHING LIGHT ON SCHOOL BUS $

16 EQUIPMENT SAFETY VIOLATIONS V A IMPROPER FRONT LAMP COLOR $ V B IMPROPER REAR LAMP COLOR V C1 IMPROPER STOP/SIGNAL LAMP COLOR V C2 IMPROPER COLOR BACKING OR LICENSE PLATE LIGHT V A IMPROPER REFLECTOR HEIGHT $ V D IMPROPER LAMP MOUNTING V A IMPROPER REFLECTOR VISIBILITY $ V B IMPROPER FRONT AND REAR CLEARANCE LAMP VISIBILITY V C IMPROPER SIDE LAMP VISIBILITY V IMPROPER VEHICLE COMBO LAMPS $ V A RED LIGHT REQUIRED ON PROJECTING LOAD AT NIGHT $ V B RED FLAG REQUIRED ON PROJECTING LOAD DURING DAY V LAMPS REQUIRED ON SPECIAL VEHICLES AT NIGHT $ V IMPROPER SPOT LAMP OR LAMPS $ V IMPROPER FOG LAMP OR LAMPS V IMPROPER AUXILIARY PASSING LAMP OR LAMPS V IMPROPER AUXILIARY DRIVING LAMP OR LAMPS V A1 IMPROPER REAR STOP LAMP $ V A2 IMPROPER TURN SIGNAL V B IMPROPER STOP/SIGNAL LAMP VISIBILITY V B1 STOP LAMP NOT IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION V B2 STOP LAMP PROJECTS GLARING LIGHT V C TURN SIGNALS NOT SELF-ILLUMINATING V IMPROPER SIDE COWL OR FENDER LAMPS $ V IMPROPER RUNNING BOARD LIGHT V IMPROPER BACKUP LAMPS V IMPROPER HIGH BEAM LIGHTING $ V IMPROPER LOW BEAM LIGHTING V NO HIGH BEAM INDICATOR ON NEW VEHICLE V IMPROPER MATERIAL COVERING LIGHTS V FAIL TO DIM LIGHTS FROM FRONT $ V FAIL TO DIM LIGHTS FROM REAR V IMPROPER HEAD LAMP ADJUSTMENT $ V IMPROPER HEAD LAMP INTENSITY V IMPROPER MOTORCYCLE HEAD LAMP INTENSITY $ V a IMPROPER HIGH BEAM ON MOTORCYCLE V b IMPROPER LOW BEAM ON MOTORCYCLE V IMPROPER HEAD LAMP ADJUSTMENT ON MOTORCYCLE V OVER 20 MPH WITH ALTERNATE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT $ V A TOO FEW LIGHTS ON VEHICLE AT NIGHT $ V B TOO MANY LIGHT ON VEHICLE AT NIGHT V A IMPROPERLY AIMED LIGHTING DEVICE $ V B IMPROPER USE BLUE/RED LIGHTS V C IMPROPER USE OF FLASHING LIGHT ON VEHICLE V D IMPROPER VEHICLE WARNING LIGHTS V E IMPROPER MODULATING LIGHT ON MOTORCYCLE

17 EQUIPMENT SAFETY VIOLATIONS V B IMPROPER SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT LAMPS $ V A SELL OR USE LAMPS UN-APPROVED LAMPS $ V B SELL OR USE LAMP WITHOUT TRADEMARK V C USE LAMP WITH IMPROPER MOUNTING OR FOCUS V A1 BRAKES FAIL TO MEET REQUIREMENTS $ V A2 MOTORCYCLE/ALL-TERRAIN BRAKES FAIL TO MEET REQUIREMENTS V A3 TRAILER BRAKES FAIL TO MEET REQUIREMENTS V A4 NEW VEHICLE FAILS TO HAVE PROPER BRAKES V A5 IMPROPER TRAILER BRAKE OPERATION V A6a PARKING BRAKES INADEQUATE ON GRADE V A6b PARKING BRAKE OPERATION DOES NOT MEET REQUIREMENTS V A6c PARKING BRAKE DESIGN FAILS TO MEET REQUIREMENTS V A7 PARTIAL BRAKE FAILURE LEAVES VEHICLE WITHOUT BRAKES V B BRAKES FAIL TO SLOW/STOP AS REQUIRED V C FAIL TO MAINTAIN BRAKES IN GOOD WORKING ORDER V C ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE/MOTORCYCLE BRAKES NOT MEET STANDARDS $ V A FAIL TO HAVE HORN IN GOOD WORKING ORDER $ V B FAIL TO USE HORN PROPERLY V C UNLAWFUL SIREN, BELL OR WHISTLE ON VEHICLE V E UNLAWFUL USE OF SIREN ON EMERGENCY VEHICLE V A FAIL TO HAVE MUFFLER IN GOOD WORKING ORDER $ V B UNLAWFUL MUFFLER CUTOUT OR BYPASS V C EXCESSIVE EXHAUST FUMES OR SMOKE V D FAIL TO HAVE EMISSION CONTROL DEVICE MEET STANDARDS E.... is subject to a civil penalty of at least $ Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. V A IMPROPER MUFFLER ON MOTORCYCLE V B UNLAWFUL MUFFLER CUTOUT OR BYPASS; MOTORCYCLE V A IMPROPER CMV EXHAUST SYSTEM B.... is subject to a civil penalty of at least $ Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. V FAIL TO HAVE PROPER MIRRORS ON VEHICLE $ V A NO WINDSHIELD WIPERS AS REQUIRED $ V B WINDSHIELD WIPERS NOT IN GOOD WORKING ORDER V A WINDSHIELD REQUIRED ON VEHICLE V A FAIL TO MEET SOLID RUBBER TIRE REQUIREMENTS $ V B UNLAWFUL STUDS/CLEATS ON TIRES V A FAIL TO HAVE REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARDS V B1 REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARD/SPLASHES WINDSHIELD V B2 REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARD/NO MORE THAN 8 FROM GROUND V B3 REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARD/TOO NARROW TO COVER TREAD V B4 REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARD/NOT CONTROL SIDE THROW V B6 REAR FENDER SPLASH GUARD/UNLAWFUL ATTACHMENT V A SELL/REGISTER VEHICLE WITHOUT APPROVED SAFETY GLASS $ V E FAIL TO USE APPROVED SAFETY GLASS AS REPLACEMENT V B IMPROPER MATERIALS ON WINDOWS AND WINDSHIELDS V C IMPROPER TINTING OF WINDOWS OR WINDSHIELDS

18 EQUIPMENT SAFETY VIOLATIONS V A1a FAIL TO USE FLARE/LANTERN THAT MEETS REQUIREMENTS $ V A1b FAIL TO USE FLARE/TORCH THAT MEETS REQUIREMENTS V A1c FAIL TO USE FLARES THAT MEET REQUIREMENTS V A1d FAIL TO CARRY FLARES PROPERLY IN VEHICLE V A1e RED ELECTRIC LANTERN DOES NOT MEET REQUIREMENTS V A2a FAIL TO USE RED FUSES THAT MEET SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS V A2b RED FUSES DO NOT BURN15 MINUTES AS REQUIRED A3 FAIL TO USE RED CLOTH ON FLAGS/STANDARDS V B FAIL TO HAVE RED LANTERN WITH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS V A1 IMPROPER WARNING DEVICE PLACEMENT $ V A2a IMPROPER IN-LANE WARNING DEVICE V A2b IMPROPER TRAFFIC-SIDE WARNING DEVICE V B1 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL: IMPROPER TRAFFIC-SIDE WARNING DEVICE V B2 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL: IMPROPER FRONT/REAR WARNING DEVICE V C HAZARDOUS MATERIAL: FLAME DEVICES PROHIBITED V D IMPROPER DISPLAY OF FLAGS AS WARNING DEVICES V F FLARES/FUSES/LANTERN/FLAG DO NOT MEET REQUIREMENTS V A1 IMPROPER PLACARDS ON VEHICLE WITH EXPLOSIVES $ V A2 NO FIRE EXTINGUISHER ON VEHICLE WITH EXPLOSIVES V A VIEWING TV WHILE DRIVING A VEHICLE $ V B TV IMAGE TO DRIVER VEHICLE IN MOTION V A IMPROPER HELMET/EYE PROTECTION/WINDSHIELD $ V B IMPROPER SEAT/FOOTRESTS/MIRROR V C HANDLEBARS ABOVE SHOULDER UNLAWFUL V FAIL TO HAVE FUEL TANK CAP THAT MEETS REQUIREMENTS $ V A 2 NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRIC VEHICLE OVER 25 MPH $ V B 2 NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRIC VEHICLE UNLAWFUL ON HIGHWAY V C NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRIC VEHICLE - WITHOUT POSTED RESTRICTIONS VEHICLE INSPECTION VIOLATIONS V VEHICLE EQUIPMENT NOT IN GOOD WORKING ORDER $ V VEHICLE IN UNSAFE MECHANICAL CONDITION ON HIGHWAY V A FAIL TO SUBMIT TO VEHICLE INSPECTION $ V B FAIL TO COMPLY WITH REPAIR NOTICE V C OPERATE VEHICLE WITHOUT COMPLYING WITH REPAIR NOTICE V D2 OPERATE VEHICLE WITHOUT CERTIFICATE OF ADJUSTMENT V A2 FAIL TO COMPLY WITH SCHOOL BUS INSPECTION LAWS $

19 LENGTH/ WIDTH/ LOAD VIOLATIONS V A VEHICLE SIZE OR WEIGHT EXCEEDS LIMITS $ V A VEHICLE OVER ALLOWED WIDTH $ V B1 VEHICLE EXCEEDS ALLOWED WIDTH WITH PNEUMATIC TIRES V B2 LOAD WITH PNEUMATIC TIRES EXCEEDS ALLOWED WIDTH V A VEHICLE EXCEEDS HEIGHT LIMIT WITHOUT PERMIT $ V A VEHICLE EXCEEDS LENGTH LIMIT $ V B EXCEED ALLOWED NUMBER IN TOWED VEHICLES/TRAILERS V C1 SEMI-TRAILER COMBINATION EXCEEDS ALLOWED LENGTH V C2 SEMI-TRAILER COMBINATION EXCEEDS ALLOWED LENGTH V C3 TRAILER EXCEEDS MAXIMUM LENGTH IN COMBO V C4 SEMI OR COMBO EXCEEDS ALLOWED LENGTH FOR ROAD V C5 VEHICLE TRANSPORTER AND SEMI EXCEED ALLOWED LENGTH V F VEHICLE COMBO WITH PERMIT EXCEEDS MAXIMUM LENGTH V G1 IMPROPER VEHICLE TOWING V G2 VEHICLE COMBO EXCEEDS MAXIMUM LENGTH V G3 RECREATIONAL VEHICLE EXCEEDS TOW LIMITS V IMPROPER PROJECTING LOAD ON PASSENGER VEHICLE $ V A1 FRONT LOAD PROJECTION EXCEEDS LIMITS $ V A2 REAR LOAD PROJECTION EXCEEDS LIMITS V C POLE TRAILER LOAD OVER 80 FT LONG WITHOUT PERMIT V A SPILLING LOAD ON HIGHWAY (penalties for B apply) V B LOAD OR COVER ON LOAD INSECURE 1 st offense: is subject to a civil penalty of up to $ nd offense (w/i 60 months): is subject to a civil penalty of up to $ Violation results in accident causing serious physical injury: subject to a civil penalty of up to $ Violation results in an accident causing death: subject to a civil penalty of up to $ $

20 LENGTH/ WIDTH/ LOAD VIOLATIONS B A EXCEED SINGLE AXLE LOAD LIMIT See table B A1 SINGLE AXLE WEIGHT OVER LIMIT below B A2 TANDEM AXLE WEIGHT OVER LIMIT B A3 VEHICLE COMBO WEIGHT OVER LIMIT B A4 CONSECUTIVE AXLES; WEIGHT VIOLATION B E EXCEED ALLOWED NUMBER OF AXLES B F VARIABLE LOAD AXLE VIOLATION If the excess weight is: is subject to a civil penalty of : + Surcharges 84% + $20.00 TOTAL V 1000 or less $ 1.00 $ $ If the excess weight is: The court shall impose civil penalties as follows: $ $ and over $ M/3 M/2 A 2 nd violation within 6 mos. A 3 rd conviction within1 year $ plus an additional $ for each 1000 lbs. of excess weight. All penalties are subject to surcharges. Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. The penalty is reported to ACCOUNT CODE 52. The automated system will automatically allocate and report $10.00 to account code 99. M/ C1 REFUSE TO STOP OR SUBMIT TO WEIGHING $ M/ C2 REFUSE TO UNLOAD IF OVERWEIGHT M/ D Commercial Vehicle FAILS TO SUBMIT TO WEIGHING The minimum civil penalty is (the same as) the minimum civil penalty for over six thousand pounds overweight as prescribed in sec B ($ , plus surcharges). Surcharges may be waived or reduced, with a determination of hardship. V C FAIL TO CARRY/DISPLAY EXCESS WEIGHT/SIZE PERMIT $ V A SPACE BETWEEN TOWED VEHICLES EXCEEDS LIMIT $ V B WHITE FLAG REQUIRED ON TOWING CONNECTION V D UNREGISTERED TOW TRUCK V C4 MINIMUM FOR 4 HOURS TRAINING FOR AN ESCORT VEHICLE OPERATOR $ PERMIT VIOLATIONS M/ A FAIL TO HAVE ENVELOPE PERMIT AS REQUIRED $ M/ C FAIL TO HAVE ENVELOPE PERMIT IN POSSESSION $ V A FAIL TO KEEP ENVELOPE PERMIT RECORDS $ V C FAIL TO ALLOW INSPECTION OF ENVELOPE PERMIT RECORDS M/ ENVELOPE PERMIT VIOLATION $

21 OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE VIOLATIONS M/ A1 RECKLESS DRIVING; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES $ M/ A2 DAMAGE TO HABITAT; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES M/ A3 DRIVE CLOSED AREA; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES M/ A4 DRIVE UNIMPROVED ROAD; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES M/ B NON-OPEN AREA; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES M/ C DAMAGING ENVIRONMENT; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES M/ D REMOVAL OF SIGN; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES V A WITHOUT INDICIA; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES $ V A1 INADEQUATE BRAKES; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES $ V A2 INADEQUATE LIGHTS; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES V A3 INADEQUATE MUFFLER; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES V A4 NO SPARK ARRESTOR; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES V A5 SAFETY FLAG VIOLATION; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES V B HEADGEAR VIOLATION; OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE VIOLATIONS M/ A1 8 DUI, ALCOHOL, DRUGS, TOXIC VAPOR OR COMBINATION M/ A2 8 DUI WITH ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION OF.08 OR MORE M/ A3 8 DUI DRUGS OR METABOLITE M/ A4 8 DUI COMMERCIAL DRIVER WITH B.A.C. OF.04 OR MORE 8 1 st offense: Alcohol screening 10 days in jail (all but 24 consecutive hours may be suspended after alcohol screening is completed) A fine of not less than $ Surcharges $ * may not be waived + Prison Const Fund $ * may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 63 + DUI/OUI Pub Safety $ * may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 26 + Jail Reimbursement $ alternatively $ ACCOUNT CODE 82 MVD shall require the person to equip any motor vehicle the person operates with an ignition interlock device for one year. Additionally, the court may order the person to so equip any motor vehicle for more than one year. Additional sentencing provisions: a) Community restitution service hours b) Restitution c) Emergency response costs 2 nd offense: Alcohol screening At least 30 community restitution service hours (pursuant to ARS K4) 90 days in jail (all but 30 consecutive days may be suspended after alcohol screening is completed) A fine of not less than $ Surcharges $ * may not be waived + Prison Const fund $ * may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 63 + DUI/OUI Pub Safety $ * may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 26 + Jail reimbursement $ alternatively $ ACCOUNT CODE 82 MVD shall revoke the driving privileges for one year and shall require the person to equip any motor vehicle the person operates with an ignition interlock device for one year on the conclusion of the license suspension or revocation. $ jail costs $ jail costs 21

22 Additionally, the court may order the person to so equip any motor vehicle for more than one year. Additional sentencing provisions: a) Restitution b) Emergency response costs All persons sentenced to jail as a result of a DUI conviction shall be ordered to pay costs of incarceration (ARS ). *The court shall not waive any portion of the fine, additional assessment or surcharges. EXTREME DUI VIOLATIONS M/ A1 8 EXTREME DUI (ALCOHOL CONTENT OF.15 to.19) 1 st offense: Alcohol screening May be ordered community restitution service hours 30 consecutive days in jail (entire sentence must be served) A fine of not less than $ Surcharges $ *may not be waived + DUI Abatement Assessment $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 56 + Prison Const fund $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 63 + DUI/OUI Pub Safety $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 26 + Jail reimbursement $ ACCOUNT CODE 82 All persons sentenced to jail as a result of a DUI conviction shall be ordered to pay costs of incarceration (ARS ). * The court shall not waive any portion of the fine, additional assessment or surcharges. $ jail costs EXTREME DUI (ALCOHOL CONTENT OF.15 to.19) 2 nd offense: Alcohol screening At least 30 community restitution service hours (pursuant to ARS E4). 120 days in jail (entire sentence must be served - 60 days must be served consecutively) A fine of not less than $ Surcharges $ *may not be waived + DUI Abatement Assessment $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 56 + Prison Const fund $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 63 + DUI/OUI Pub Safety $ *may not be waived ACCOUNT CODE 26 + Jail reimbursement $ ACCOUNT CODE 82 $ jail costs All persons sentenced to jail as a result of a DUI conviction shall be ordered to pay costs of incarceration (ARS ). * The court shall not waive any portion of the fine, additional assessment or surcharges. 22

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