bmr68: Good old Suffolk County, N.Y. gets anhonorable mention.
Monty845: Interesting map, but its very hard to judge how bad any given jurisdiction is without some sense of the traffic volume. Also remember that in NY, the distinction between towns and cities is largely historical, you can have a city with 15k people, and a town with 200k, that town is gonna generate a few more tickets then some village with a population of 2k, and no major highways.
JosephFinn: Oh good, an article praising the towns catching the most unsafe drivers and making money off them as well
Dr Jack Badofsky: JosephFinn: Oh good, an article praising the towns catching the most unsafe drivers and making money off them as welldrivers because of greed/unfunded mandates, regardless of public safety.FTFY.
FreakinB: Yup, lots of the towns in Nassau that have their own police departments. Garden City in particular doesn't surprise me. What does surprise me is that Malverne made it at all. Malverne's about the size of my couch and none of the really major roads go through it.
aquaticphoenix: #4 Amherst#10 Tonawanda#13 CheektowagaI wasn't surprised to find Amherst in the top 10, being as their police department is massive and filled with racist f*ckwits. The other two must be there on account of the 290 and Thruway respectively./ Buffalonian// tries not to leave city limits
Eddie Adams from Torrance: Hooray for Tuxedo!$900K in tickets in a town of 3500 people.But it's all about the safety... we can't have people zooming up Route 17 at 37 MPH...
JosephFinn: Dr Jack Badofsky: JosephFinn: Oh good, an article praising the towns catching the most unsafe drivers and making money off them as welldrivers because of greed/unfunded mandates, regardless of public safety.FTFY.So stop speeding.
AverageAmericanGuy: The state so nice, none of the assholes want to leave.
Misch: I was going to say Liberty, NY on 17. $877K from tickets, most along Route 17. I remember riding with one of my friends who used to drive a truck for a living and he told me to NEVER speed there.
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