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How much will a speeding ticket cost you when you were going 70MPH in a 55MPH on a double fine road?


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2007-06-18 02:06:08
2007-06-18 02:06:08

Depends on your state, but in MA, for instance, it's $75 for the first 10 over, plus $10 for each additional MPH, then double that for the "double fine", for a grand total of (75+50) x 2 = $250.


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