Releases List of Top 20 Ticketed Cars

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A new study by highlights the cars ticketed most often over the past two years. The site compiled data from claims filed by more than 323,000 drivers and traffic citations given to 331 models of cars to create a comprehensive list of the most and least ticketed vehicles from February 2014 to February 2016.

The top twenty most ticketed cars (listed from most ticketed first):

  1. Lexus ES 300
  2. Nissan 350Z
  3. Dodge Charger SE/SXT
  4. Volkswagen Jetta GL
  5. Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS/LT
  6. Mazsa 3S
  7. Volkswagen GTI
  8. Dodge Stratus SXT
  9. Acura 3.0s
  10. Toyota Tacoma
  11. Mazda Tribute
  12. Subaro Impreza WRX
  13. Lexus LS 400 Series
  14. Subaru Impreza 2.5l
  15. Mercedes-Benz C300 4 Matic
  16. Chevrolet Malibu 2LT
  17. Lincoln LS
  18. Ford Fusion S
  19. Mazda 3l
  20. Chevrolet Tahoe K1500

The ten least ticketed cars (listed from least ticketed first):

  1. Buick Encore
  2. Lexus IS350
  3. Acura ILX
  4. Cadillac ATS
  5. Chevrolet Express
  6. Cadillac Escalade
  7. GMC Savana
  8. Audi A3 2-Series
  9. BMW 320I
  10. Land Rover Range Rover

The list represents a diverse cross-section of vehicle makes and models and there appears to be little connection between a car’s price and its likelihood of being ticketed.     Ultimately, concludes, “it’s the driver that gets tickets, not the car.”

In New York, a ticket for a driving related offense can lead to points on your license, fines, increased insurance rates, and marks on your driving record. Fortunately, these penalties may be significantly reduced if you hire a skilled traffic ticket attorney to handle your ticket. As an added benefit, if an attorney fights your New York traffic ticket you may be able to avoid appearing in court. If you have been ticketed for a traffic violation in New York, call 888-203-2619 or email the Rosenblum Law for a free consultation about your case.

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This post was written by Adam H. Rosenblum Esq.

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