I just got back from Colorado. In Boulder I broke their code and I was fined $50 for not having a vanity license plate. An annotation at the bottom of the ticket explained why it was double to $100, seems my vehicle was worth less than $50,000 and was not properly washed and shined.
Any other acts whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the Party affected, then the Party so affected shall upon giving prior written notice to the other be excused from such performance to the extent that such cause prevents, restricts or interferes with it PROVIDED THAT it shall use its best to avoid or remove such cause of non performance and shall continue performance hereunder with the utmost despatch whenever such causes are removed; then upon such prevention, restriction or interference as aforesaid arising, the vehicle operator and the Department of Motor Vehicles shall meet forthwith to discuss what modifications (if any) may be required to the terms of this Code in order to arrive at an equitable solution.
Im still wondering why many traffic cases may deprive a jury when
there is issue of fact.
You don't have an absolute right to a jury trial, rather only when it is of a certain level of seriousness (incarceration of over 6 months, according to federal law; you may have greater rights under certain state law depending on the the state).
If the charge doesn't rise to that level of seriousness, you don't have any right to a jury trial. A state could still provide for one if it chose to. But why waste a jury's time?
Under CA law if the charge could result in incarceration then you are entitled to court appointed counsel if indigent, and a jury. For obvious reasons minor traffic offenses do not fall in this category