The 9 Worst States For Speeding Tickets

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It’s hard to say which state’s the worst for speeding tickets because from your perspective, it’s the state where you got pulled over and hit with a huge fine.

But from a more objective standpoint, these are the nine U.S. states that are the most evil when it comes to speeding tickets.

Most Expensive First Offense:

Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, Nevada, and New Hampshire.  In all five states, you’re looking at a fine of up to $1,000 on a first offense and potentially a year in jail if you were speeding in a construction or school zone.

(AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

(AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

Most Expensive State to Fight a Ticket:

Massachusetts.  If you want to fight a ticket, no matter how much it’s for, you have to pay more than $300 in court fees.  And they’re non-refundable, even if you win.

(AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins)

(AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins)

Worst Speed Traps:

Vermont and Connecticut.  Vermont has a lot of places where speed limits suddenly drop and there’s a cop waiting right there to get you.  But Connecticut has the most unmarked police cars in the country by far.

(AP Photo/Alabama Department of Public Safety, Tommy Giles)

(AP Photo/Alabama Department of Public Safety, Tommy Giles)

Most Tickets Written:

Washington D.C.  There are around half a million residents in D.C. and cops write more than 430,000 tickets a year.

(AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

(AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

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