In a new study conducted by Allstate Insurance, you can expect to pay an average of $211 for a speeding ticket in over 20 Texas municipalities surveyed. Huntsville, TX tops the list at an average of $312 for a speeding ticket.
In the survey, intended to discuss auto safety for the back-to-school time, it also addresses fines for using wireless devices in school zones. These tickets regularly exceed $300.
You can read the full article here which outlines the Allstate survey.
In a new report out by the National Motorists Association, they list 10 states which are known for writing the most speeding tickets over the Labor Day weekend holiday. These states are scattered all over the USA, Take a look at this article, especially if you will be travelling via car over the upcoming holiday weekend.
I found an interesting site that has legal information on how to beat a speeding ticket in court. They say many municipalities are writing WAY more tickets than last year to generate revenue during this economy. The only way to beat a ticket is using the legal system against them.
This blog post offers an interesting tactic for beating a speeding ticket. It may have worked once or twice, but even if it doesn’t, it is surely good for a laugh. Methods like this are obviously unreliable. You need a proven legal strategy to fight a ticket in court.
I wonder if anyone actually has the guts to try this method.