So just got off the phone from my wife, who got a ticket here in Southern California at the start of her commute out to the Inland Empire in her Model S. She’s a doctor, and was in a rush to deal with an emergency in her Model S, and wound up ‘cutting in’ to the Express Lane on the 10 Freeway (the Express Lane is similar to an HOV lane, but you pay to use it), instead of using an entrance, which was another few miles down the road. She has an Express Lane transponder, but the cop pulled her over for crossing over the Express Lane divider instead of waiting for her entrance. She was stressed out trying to get to her patient, which unfortunately read as “attitude” to the cop, who wrote her a ticket instead of giving her a warning — but unlike past speeding tickets she’s received, it just has a court date and no fine. Normally we would just pay the fine… but all she has on the ticket is a court date, which is confusing to us. Not sure if this is too ‘off topic’ — about the only Model S detail she mentioned was that after the cop walked away, she easily re-entered traffic because of the car's awesome torque (risking, I suppose, another run-in with the cop, but I suppose it was slightly satisfying) -- but anyone in Southern California have experience in dealing with a ticket like this?