Insurance.com of Foster City, Calif., collected the data as people shopped for car-insurance quotes on the site. It used more than 300,000 submissions between January 2014 and February of this year to rank vehicles by the percentage of drivers who received tickets.
Sure, drivers get tickets, not cars, but if a specific model rakes up too many moving violations nationwide, it could become more expensive to insure.
Without further ado, here are the lucky winners and losers:
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