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Came across this, the Auto Insurance Industry released their list of the top most ticketed auto's. The winner is. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

 

LEXUS ES 300 :D

 

CARS WITH THE MOST TICKETS

(car, percentage of drivers ticketed)

  • Lexus ES 300, 33%
  • Nissan 350Z, 33%
  • Dodge Charger SE/SXT, 32%
  • Volkswagen Jetta GL, 31
  • Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS/LT, 31%
  • Mazda 3S, 30%
  • Volkswagen GTI, 30%
  • Dodge Stratus SXT, 30%
  • Acura 3.0s, 30%
  • Toyota Tacoma, 30%
  • Mazda Tribute, 30%
  • Subaru Impreza WRX, 30%
  • Lexus LS 400 Series, 30%
  • Subaru Impreza 2.5i, 30%
  • Mercedes-Benz C300 4 Matic, 30%
  • Chevrolet Malibu 2LT, 29%
  • Lincoln LS, 29%
  • Ford Fusion S, 29%
  • Mazda 3i, 29%
  • Chevrolet Tahoe K1500, 29%
  • http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/18/drive-a-lexus-it-may-be-the-most-ticketed-car.html
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      Came across this, the Auto Insurance Industry released their list of the top most ticketed auto's. The winner i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
       
      LEXUS ES 300
       
      CARS WITH THE MOST TICKETS
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      Lexus ES 300, 33% Nissan 350Z, 33% Dodge Charger SE/SXT, 32% Volkswagen Jetta GL, 31 Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS/LT, 31% Mazda 3S, 30% Volkswagen GTI, 30% Dodge Stratus SXT, 30% Acura 3.0s, 30% Toyota Tacoma, 30% Mazda Tribute, 30% Subaru Impreza WRX, 30% Lexus LS 400 Series, 30% Subaru Impreza 2.5i, 30% Mercedes-Benz C300 4 Matic, 30% Chevrolet Malibu 2LT, 29% Lincoln LS, 29% Ford Fusion S, 29% Mazda 3i, 29% Chevrolet Tahoe K1500, 29%
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