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The Most and Least Ticketed Vehicles

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Traffic Violations Can Lead to Larger Premiums

From time to time, everyone makes an accidental traffic violation. However, a recent study from has shown that some vehicle models are ticketed more frequently than others.

After examining over 323,000 insurance quotes, determined the percentage of drivers who were issued traffic violations for each vehicle model.
Here are the ten vehicle models that received the highest number of traffic tickets:

  1. Lexus ES 300: 33.4 percent
  2. Nissan 350Z: 32.5 percent
  3. Dodge Charger: 32.1 percent
  4. Volkswagen Jetta GL: 31.4 percent
  5. Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS/LT: 30.8 percent
  6. Mazda 3S: 30.3 percent
  7. Volkswagen GTI: 30.3 percent
  8. Dodge Stratus SXT: 30.2 percent
  9. Acura 3.0S/CL: 30.1 percent
  10. Toyota Tacoma: 30.1 percent

The following are the ten vehicle models that received the lowest number of traffic tickets:

  1. Buick Encore: 3.2 percent
  2. Lexus IS350: 3.4 percent
  3. Acura ILX: 5.6 percent
  4. Cadillac ATS: 6.2 percent
  5. Chevrolet Express: 7.7 percent
  6. Cadillac Escalade: 8.1 percent
  7. GMC Savana: 8.8 percent
  8. Audi A3 2 Series: 9.2 percent
  9. BMW 320I: 9.9 percent
  10. Land Rover Range Rover: 10.9 percent

Safety First

The exact rules surrounding traffic violations can vary depending on your location, but the most common violations include speeding, running a red light, illegal parking and driving without your headlights on. To stay safe and keep your premiums low, it’s best to double check the laws in your area and ensure that you follow the rules of the road.

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