Hey, weren't we just talking about traffic cops? The cops in Minnesota really seem to have it in for 49-year-old grandmother Lorretta Lacy, who got nailed with four speeding tickets in about three hours recently, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Mobile app Trapster just rolled out its 4.0 release and added new features to help users log roadtrips, locate friends, better avoid tickets, and get around rockslides. Even the police are pitching in to aid (and slow) your commute.
A Ferrari Testarossa driver owes $290,000 for driving 85 MPH and a 35 MPH zone because the Swiss, in all their egalitarian wisdom, base fines on the offender's wealth. Quick, impoverished Swiss speed demons, to your beaters!
An English driver has beaten a 98 MPH speed camera ticket by re-purchasing his Honda Civic and paying a firm to test the vehicle. The Civic's top speed as tested? 85 MPH.
Doing his best Schumacher impression, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton was popped for driving his Mercedes 123 mph in an 85 mph zone. Why was he driving so fast? Possibly he's still flummoxed after losing to the Stig or maybe it's just because he's a 22-year-old with fame and money. Due to the infraction he's going to lose…