CHP: Stay at Home Order is Not a License to Speed  The California Highway Patrol (CHP) just issued a press release about the disturbing new trend in speeding on California roadways. With fewer cars on the road due to the stay-at-home orders, there has been an increase in speeding drivers. It’s not just that there are more…

CHP Crackdown on Speeding  California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers are cracking down on speeding drivers in San Diego and throughout the state. With less congested roadways due to the stay-at-home order, there has been an increase in speeding drivers. In response, the CHP is cracking down on drivers who are exceeding posted speed limits. According…

Excessive Speed on California Roadways Officers with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) have reported an increase in speeding violations in and around Santa Maria. According to a recent news report from KSBY News Channel Six, some of these drivers have been going as fast as 100 miles per hour and over. With current shelter-in-place orders due to…

Late Tuesday night, a teen with a provisional license was caught going 126 miles per hour on Highway 101. According to KSYB News Channel Six, the incident happened in Carpinteria. Very little information about this incident has been released, but we do know that the 16-year-old driver was pulled over in the northbound lanes of…

CHP on Speeding and Aggressive Driving The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release regarding a grant they have received to address speeding and aggressive driving. The CHP is implementing a yearlong statewide campaign to reduce the number of speed and aggressive driving-related crashes. In addition to catching speeders and aggressive drivers,…

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