The Smog Stop
6414 University Ave, San Diego, Ca 92115
Mon-Sat: 07:00 - 17:00

Fix It Ticket Correction

Fix it Ticket
Fix It Ticket Correction

If you have received a Fix It ticket for one of your vehicles lights or brakes being inoperative, you will need to get the vehicle fixed and the ticket signed off so you do not end up with a suspended drivers license by the DMV. Often when we receive a ticket or citation for a brake and lamp violation the easy part is getting the problem actually fixed. Now getting the ticket actually signed off is the hard part. Law enforcement are often not the most helpful of agencies and sometime when we arrive to get our fix it ticket signed off other problems may arise, such as drivers license issues, registration issues and other defects of the car. The Smog Stop can sign off your fix it ticket and you have nothing to worry about. Simply stop by our location and we will inspect the vehicle and sign off the fix it ticket if the problem is fixed.

California Vehicle Code Correctable Violations

A vast majority of traffic tickets are actually correctable violations. A correctable violation is a ticket that you receive by a law enforcement office which enable you to be able to correct the problem and pay a small fee to have the fix it ticket dismissed. Below is a list of traffic tickets that are correctable in the state of California.

Lamp Violations that are correctable at The Smog Stop

  1. California Vehicle Code 24253(a) – Battery Requirements for Vehicle—Lighting Equipment
  2. California Vehicle Code 24400 – Headlamp Requirements
  3. California Vehicle Code 24402(a,b) – Auxiliary Driving and Passing Lamps Specifications
  4. California Vehicle Code 24403 – Fog Lamps Not to Be Used in Place of Headlamps
  5. California Vehicle Code 24404(a,b) – Spotlamps—Number and Wattage Specified
  6. California Vehicle Code 24404(c,e) – Spotlamps—Direction Defined
  7. California Vehicle Code 24406 – Use of Multiple Beams Restricted
  8. California Vehicle Code 24407(a) – High Beams —Adjustment Specified
  9. California Vehicle Code 24407(b) – Low Beams—Adjustment Specified
  10. California Vehicle Code 24408(a,b) – High/Low Beam Indicator Required
  11. California Vehicle Code 24410(a) – Single Beams—Adjustment/Intensity Specifications
  12. California Vehicle Code California Vehicle Code 24600(a–f) – Tail Lamp Requirements and Specifications
  13. California Vehicle Code 24601 – License Plate Lamp Required
  14. California Vehicle Code 24602(a,b) – Fog Tail Lamp Requirements and Specifications
  15. California Vehicle Code 24603(a–g) – Stop Lamp Requirements and Specifications
  16. California Vehicle Code 24605(a) – Tow Cars and Towed Vehicles—Lights Required
  17. California Vehicle Code 24606(a,b,d) – Backup Lamp Requirements and Specifications
  18. California Vehicle Code 24606(c) – Backup Lamps—When Not to Be Lighted
  19. California Vehicle Code 24607(a–d) – Reflectors Required on Rear of Vehicle
  20. California Vehicle Code 24608(a–d) – Light Reflectors on Trucks/Trailers—Front and Sides
  21. California Vehicle Code 24609 – Vehicle Reflector Requirements and Specifications
  22. California Vehicle Code 24610 – Truck Reflector Requirements and Specifications
  23. California Vehicle Code 24950 – Turn Signal Device Required—Towing Trailer
  24. California Vehicle Code 24951(b,c) – Turn Signals Required on Certain Vehicles
  25. California Vehicle Code 24952- Visibility Requirement of Signals
  26. California Vehicle Code 24953(a-d)- Turn Signal Lamp Requirements
  27. California Vehicle Code 25100(a–c,e,f) – Clearance and Side Marker Lamp Requirements
  28. California Vehicle Code 25102 – Lamps on Sides of Vehicles—Specifications
  29. California Vehicle Code 25102.5  – Lamps on Side of School Bus
  30. California Vehicle Code 25106 – Side, Cowl, or Fender Flaps—Specifications
  31. California Vehicle Code 25107 – Cornering Lamps on Fenders
  32. California Vehicle Code 25108(a,b) – Pilot Indicator Specifications
  33. California Vehicle Code 25250 – Flashing Lights Restricted Unless Otherwise Permitted
  34. California Vehicle Code 25252 – Warning Lamps Required on Emergency Vehicles
  35. California Vehicle Code 25253(a) – Warning Lamps Required on Tow Cars
  36. California Vehicle Code 25300(a) – Warning Device on Disabled Vehicles Specified
  37. California Vehicle Code 25351(a–d) – Identification Lamp Specifications and Restrictions
  38. California Vehicle Code 25400(a–d) – Specifications for Use of Diffused Light
  39. California Vehicle Code 25401 – Diffused Lights Resembling Signs Prohibited
  40. California Vehicle Code 25452 – Glaring Acetylene Lamps Prohibited
  41. California Vehicle Code 25500(a) – Use of Reflectorizing Material Restricted
  42. California Vehicle Code 25650 – Motorcycle Headlight Requirements
  43. California Vehicle Code 25650.5 – Headlight Equipment for Post-1978 Motorcycles
  44. California Vehicle Code 25651(a,c) – Headlamp Requirements on Motor-Driven Cycles