To determine the cars most likely to get a ticket, Forbes
used data from Quality Planning, a Verisk Analytics company that validates policyholder information for auto insurers. Their analysts looked at traffic violation data from February 2009 through February 2010, counting the number of violations racked up by different car models. To account for the difference in number of cars on the road, they averaged the violation count per 100,000 miles driven. Vehicles that have been discontinued for more than 10 years were not included in the analysis.
Is your car among the most common to be ticketed? Read on to find out.