Vehicle Code Appendix B List of Violations Division 2 Administration

Types of Violations
C – Civil
F – Felony
I – Infraction
M – Misdemeanor

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This section, excepting entries for Occupational Licensing and Business Regulation (Div.5), is provided by the California Highway Patrol as an informational guide only and is not intended to supplant sections of the vehicle code enacted into law. The following list has not been codified and does not carry the force or effect of statute.

Types of convictions received for violation of certain sections of Division 2 of the Vehicle Code.
Type VC Section Violation
M1808.1(a)Employers of prospective drivers of hazardous material, ambulances, farm labor vehicles, youth buses, specified limousines for hire, and paratransit required to obtain report of current driving record and maintain report until receipt of pull notice system reports.
M1808.1(b)Employers of above-listed drivers to request participation in pull notice system.
I1808.1(c)Employers of above-listed drivers enrolled in Electronic Pull Notice program to obtain a pull notice report every 12 months.
I 1808.1(d) Employers failure to notify DMV to discontinue enrollment in pull-notice system upon driver termination.
I1808.1(e)If drivers are, owners/ operators/ family/ volunteers to be enrolled in pull notice system.
M1808.1(f)Employment of driver after notice of conviction of driving offense.
I1808.1(h)(3)Failure of specified Board of Pilot Commissioners and its Port Agent to participate in pull-notice system.
I 1808.1(j) Failure of an employer to be in possession of a casual drivers record as recorded by the Department.
I1808.1(k)Employers to obtain current driving record only for above-listed casual drivers (excluding those requiring passenger transportation endorsement).
I 1808.1(n) Failure to show taxicab pull-notice report to an authorized representative.
I1808.21(a)Unlawful release of confidential and suppressed records.
M1808.22(c)Misuse of confidential records by an attorney.
I1808.23(d)Vehicle manufacturers not to release residential addresses for marketing or soliciting.
M1808.45Unauthorized disclosure of information from any DMV record or use of false representation to obtain information.
I1808.46Prescribes penalties for obtaining confidential information utilizing false representations or distribution of that information to unauthorized individuals.
I2261Unauthorized wearing of CHP or similar type uniform.
I2402.6(b)Violation of fuel system or container regulations.
I2402.6(c)Violation of fuel system or container regulations.
M2416(c)Misuse of authorized emergency vehicle permit.
I2418.5Emergency ambulance must be equipped with resuscitator.
M2430.5(a)Employer involved in freeway service patrol operations to obtain and maintain applicant's tow truck driver certificate. (Effective July 1, 1992)
M2430.5(b)Employer involved in freeway service patrol operations to obtain and maintain certificates for all tow truck driver employees. (Effective July 1, 1992)
M2430.5(c)Employer involved in freeway service patrol operations to maintain categorized list of tow truck driver as specified.
M2430.5(d)Employer involved in freeway service patrol operations to remove tow truck driver from freeway service patrol operations upon notice of arrest or conviction.
M2432Tow truck driver involved in freeway service patrol operations providing false information. CHP rotation tow truck operator to notify of arrest/conviction.
M2432(b)Failure of tow truck driver involved in freeway service patrol operations to notify employer of arrest or conviction.
I2436.3(a)Employer involved in freeway service patrol operations to obtain carrier ID number for display on each tow truck operating freeway service patrol (Effective July 1, 1992)
I2436.3(b)Operating a tow truck involved in freeway service patrol operations with a suspended ID number.
I2436.3(c)Removal of ID number from tow truck involved in freeway service patrol operations upon sale/transfer or other disposition.
M2462(a)Renderer of kitchen grease, record and maintain specified information.
M2462(b)Transporter of kitchen grease, record and maintain specified information.
M2464Renderers and transporters of kitchen grease, records maintained at place of business, presented upon demand of peace officer.
M2468(a)Failure of licensed renderer to keep written records of inedible kitchen grease.
M2468(b)Failure of licensed renderer or registered transporter to exhibit required record or destruction of required record.
M/F2470Transporter of kitchen grease, required to be registered with Department of Food and Agriculture, possess valid certificate.
M/F2472Transporting inedible kitchen grease without a certificate.
M/F2474Steal, misappropriate, contaminate or damage inedible kitchen grease.
M/F2476Knowingly receive stolen inedible kitchen grease.
I2504Violation of regulations governing ambulances, armored cars is an infraction.
I2510(b)Operating vehicle as ambulance without CHP inspection.
I2525.2Licensed fleet owners shall comply with regulations.
I2525.6Fleet owner, inspection and maintenance station placing sticker on vehicle not part of fleet.
I2525.10Stickers, unlawful to place on vehicle which does not comply with equipment requirements.
I2545Licenses issued by CHP. License to be surrendered upon suspension or revocation.
M2572(b)Requires a valid license for the transportation of school pupils.
M2800(a)Refusal to obey peace officer.
M 2800(b)(1)Failure to obey an out-of-service order including violations of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations issued by any peace officer or authorized employee of the California Highway Patrol.
M 2800(b)(2) Hazardous materials driver in a commercial motor vehicle displaying a placard pursuant to section 27903 violating VC Section 2800(b)(1).
M 2800(b)(3) Driver of vehicle designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver, violating VCSection 2800(b)(1).
M2800(d)Failure to obey an out-of-service order including violations of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations issued by any peace officer or commercial vehicle inspector.
M2800.1(a)Attempt to evade pursuing peace officer's motor vehicle.
M2800.1(b)Attempt to evade pursuing peace officer's bicycle.
M/F2800.2(a)Attempt to evade a pursuing peace officer in a reckless manner.
M/F2800.3Attempt to evade a pursuing peace officer causing injury.
M2800.4Driving on a highway in a direction opposite to that in which traffic lawfully moves while fleeing under 2800.1 VC.
M2801Lawful order or direction, failure to obey fireman's.
M2803(a)Refusal to adjust load or obtain special permit.
M2803(b)Weight certificate or bill of lading, shall submit to officer.
I2807(b)School bus, display CHP inspection certificate.
I2807.1(b)Other motor vehicles transporting pupils, display CHP inspection certificate.
I2807.2Failure to retain record of inspection on file for review by CHP upon request.display of appropriate certificate verifying inspection.
I2807.3(b)Operation of youth bus without display of appropriate certificate verifying inspection.
I2810.1(b)Rented commercial vehicle, refusal to submit to inspection by traffic officer relative transportation of household goods.
M2813Commercial vehicle, stop and submit for signposted inspection.
M2813.5(b)Commercial vehicle, unauthorized inspection sticker.
I2814Passenger vehicle, stop and submit for signposted inspection.
I 2814.2(a) Failure to stop and submit to a sobriety checkpoint.
I2815School crossing guard, failure to obey.
I2816Unlawful to load or unload children from a youth bus upon a highway where children must cross unless traffic is controlled by a traffic officer or signal.
I2817Disregarding signal or direction of a peace officer escorting a funeral procession.
I2818Traversing an electronic beacon, flare, or cone pattern established by public safety personnel.