It’s fair to say that teenage drivers and twenty-something men carry a reputation for being especially ticket-prone. But that might be an unfair impression, as they’re not the age group that gets the most tickets—and a look at new survey results reaches some very different conclusions.
Those age 50 to 64 are the actually the most likely to have been cited for speeding in the past five years; 70 percent of drivers in that age group reported receiving at least one speeding ticket.
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Meanwhile it’s actually drivers 30 to 49 years old who are the most-ticketed. More precisely, drivers that age, with a household income over $75,000—well above the U.S. median household income of around $52,000—were the most likely to have received any kind of traffic ticket.
It’s the age range of time-crunched parents…