Protests sprung up over the last couple of days after new rules took effect January 1 in China making it illegal to drive through a yellow traffic light.
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If you’ve got a lead foot, the National Motorists Association has some handy information for you. They have just released their ranking of states where you’re most likely to get a speeding ticket.
Making it their cause to promote rational traffic laws, eliminate speed traps and get rid of camera-based ticketing systems, the National Motorists Association (NMA) complied this list based on which states issue the highest number of speeding tickets. It was a tough job, as most states and municipalities don’t like to publish data on ticketing motorists. But the NMA is a dedicated group, so they gathered the data and compared it to actual experiences from NMA members in order to valid their rankings.
So which states should you brake for? See after the jump got a list of the top 10 states that issue speeding tickets: