speeding ticket

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Noun1.speeding ticket - a ticket issued for driving above the speed limitspeeding ticket - a ticket issued for driving above the speed limit
ticket - a summons issued to an offender (especially to someone who violates a traffic regulation)
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Admin fees can almost double the cost of a speeding ticket, a study has revealed.
The official line is "You're liable for a speeding ticket the minute you exceed the speed limit - no ifs, no buts.
Razak again avoided a speeding ticket when the BMW activated a camera on Halesowen Road, Old Hill, a month later and an investigation by West Midlands Police Camera Enforcement Unit was started.
HELSINKI -- Getting a speeding ticket is not a feel-good moment for anyone.
Sam Walker (pictured), 31, of Beetham Plaza in Liverpool city centre, pleaded not guilty to all eight charges of failing to give information relating to the identity of a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence, and said a speeding ticket had been sent to the wrong address.
If swimmers surpass these by a set margin they cannot win the race and instead earn a speeding ticket.
Chris Huhne's decision to pervert the course of justice over a speeding ticket has cost him his family, his career and there's a real chance he'll end up spending time behind bars.
He was given a speeding ticket for doing 80mph in a 65mph area in his pounds 73,000 chrome-plated sports car.
Duncan, who drives a Mazda 2, has never had a speeding ticket or points on his licence in his 68 years behind the wheel.
Summary: Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has resigned amid claims he tried to pass a 2003 speeding ticket on to his now ex-wife.
Two years before and halfway around the world, Officer Flitton had written the same guy a speeding ticket.
London, Sept 27 (ANI): Adolf Hitler was given a speeding ticket for going too fast in his supercharged Mercedes limousine, a little over two and-a-half years before he became the chancellor and Fuehrer of Germany, according to a document found in German archives.