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State troopers in Maryland, Virginia, California and Minnesota reported writing more speeding tickets.

In the meantime, anyone with more than $100,000 to spare on a fancy new electric ride—and the speeding tickets that could come with it—can drool over the Model S Plaid.

The city is working to identify drivers with a history of traffic violations, such as speeding and red-light camera tickets, to send messages alerting them of their history of infractions while warning of their risks of getting into a fatal crash.

Then, a year later, he’s pulled over for speeding, and learns that his failure to appear in court has resulted in a warrant for his arrest.

Ramos had received speeding tickets in the past, but traffic citations were the extent of her dealings with the justice system.

Farrell issued a ticket to an 18-year-old shipyard worker for speeding and an improper exhaust mechanism, according to the TP.

The second stop for speeding happened in another state a year later.

He said his son was confused why he was being pulled over—other cars had been speeding by him—before hanging up the phone.

Maybe he had been at a card game—wherever he was, it was late and he was speeding in the rain.

In 2012, he “punched her in the neck and dragged her alongside a speeding car with their two children in the vehicle.”

The quickening of one part of the process necessitated the "speeding up" of all the others.

Alice Arden, you little dream of the man and the route by which, possibly, deliverance is speeding to you.

It was the face of a man who ran his mental dynamo at top speed in defiance of nature's laws against speeding.

I am speeding toward Pittsburgh, the very heart of the industrial struggle of America.

About six in the morning the Kirkcaldy coach came speeding past, the coachman making the air ring with a shrill trumpet blast.


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to speeding, such as: alive, effective, operating, flowing, functioning, and going.

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