A list of the most ticketed cars, with photos. Come on, admit it, we have all done it before and most of us will likely do it again. The most ticketed cars that break speed limits are not some sort of anomaly they simply speed more than the rest of us. Regardless of what kind of cars people who speed like to drive there seems to be a solid correlation between the type of car someone drives and how many speeding tickets they get. Some people believe that driving a sports car means you qualify as a "most ticketed car" and will get more speeding tickets simply because you become a prime target for police. Other people drive their minivans like madmen and boast a glove box full of speeding tickets even though they really should not. Whether or not you should get a speeding ticket is a matter for the courts but if you are interested in what cars get the most tickets this list is where you want to be. From the fast to the slow. Big to small, there seems to be no common denominator between these most ticketed cars.
Apparently it's going to take a grown man's Tonka Truck for a man to get into trouble (boys will be boys). Forget performance, forget speed, apparently what a guy really needs in order to get noticed by the police is size. (Insert "size matters" joke here.)
The H3 and H2 were actually clumped together on this list, but I separated them out so we could have more delicious car porn. Being smaller than the H2, we'd have to conclude that while size does matter, it's the "Tonka Truck" mentality that's key.
Mercedes-Benz CLK 63 AMG
Average Age: 47 Male: 44%
Alright, just take a look at this car. Is there any other reason to drive this car other than to speed? And even though it looks like a dude's car, it's once again the women getting all of the attention.
Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG
Average Age: 46 Male: 58%
Finally some hot, sporty, male action. And I'll just outright say it: This is one of the most beautiful cars on the road, with one of the best engines. If I had one of these, I would speed. A LOT. And when I got pulled over I'd look like this: http://bit.ly/nibZKu