In a study released recently, Quality Planning Corporation, a firm that compiles risk data for use in calculating automobile insurance, put together a list of the cars that are most likely to be pulled over and ticketed on American roads. As it turns out, QPC’s findings indicate that the personality of the driver has more to do with the frequency of being ticketed than the car itself.
QPC suggests that people driving cars to express their individuality will be ticketed more than drivers who have selected a vehicle simply to get from point A to point B. So, what are the most ticketed cars in the country? The answers may surprise you!
(Numbers are a comparison of driving violations per 100,000 miles travelled, compared to the national average)
By Paul ToscanoPosted 11 Feb 2009