Just dug up a 2 month old traffic ticket of mine that I had already delivered a notice of dispute for, I decided to take a look at what the offence actually was.
146 (1) Subject to this section, a person must not drive or operate a motor vehicle on a highway in a municipality or treaty lands at a greater rate of speed than 50 km/h, and a person must not drive or operate a motor vehicle on a highway outside a municipality at a greater rate of speed than 80 km/h.
This is a direct quote from the BCLaws.ca document and it's all that is under 146 (1) Link
On Alderbridge Way where I was ticketed between garden city and no. 4
the speed limit is 60km/h, 146 (1) says you must not drive at a greater rate of 50km/h and nothing more, does this mean the offence is inaccurate? Google Street View Link
The reason I decided to dispute this ticket was because I know for certain that I was not speeding at the time, when I was ticketed I was still in first gear and my car cuts off at 50km/h exactly in 1st gear, the officer also didn't radar me and was unable to tell me how fast I was going when he pulled me over. Regardless, I am just wondering about the wording of 146 (1) and the fact that the posted speed limit was above 50km/h