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  • "It is in plain english and is very interesting."
    - E. Yu, Houston, TX
    December 11, 2016 (Student # 3,461,250)
  • "Goofy humor and voice impersonations kept me interested"
    - L. Feinstein, Roanoke, TX
    December 11, 2016 (Student # 3,461,251)
  • "I could stop and start when i wanted"
    - A. Shelby, Plano, TX
    December 11, 2016 (Student # 3,461,252)
  • "That i could start and stop is as necessary"
    - L. Brehm, Houston, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,253)
  • "The changeup of the different variety of skits."
    - J. White, Trophy Club, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,254)
  • "Highlights of important topics"
    - T. Myrick, League City, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,255)
  • "Went faster than i thought."
    - A. Lynch, Mckinney, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,256)
  • "Could start and stop and return when i had time to complete the course"
    - K. Smith, Little Elm, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,257)
  • "Kid vs dog. gave me a great business idea."
    - E. West, Azle, TX
    December 10, 2016 (Student # 3,461,258)
  • "Fairly short and not too many questions"
    - S. Skinner, Rowlett, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,259)
  • "The bad (but hilarious) acting."
    - C. Crawford, Fort Worth, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,260)
  • "The interactive presentations on the topics"
    - L. Bailey, Houston, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,261)
  • "The comedy and you could stop and go when needed"
    - J. Ellison, Rosharon, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,262)
  • "That i could log in anywhere, even with my phone."
    - C. Riggall, Nevada, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,263)
  • "That i could log in anywhere, even with my phone."
    - C. Riggall, Nevada, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,264)
  • "That i could log in anywhere, even with my phone."
    - C. Riggall, Nevada, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,265)
  • "I guess that the tests were easy."
    - W. Johnson, Houston, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,266)
  • "It kept me engaged throughout the course."
    - N. Aguilar, El Paso, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,267)
  • "Clearly, the humorous presentation."
    - G. Blanton, Colleyville, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,268)
  • "The variety of vignettes. it made it less tedious."
    - N. Mackey, Houston, TX
    December 09, 2016 (Student # 3,461,269)

Texas: Speeding

Tiered Speed Limit Fines

Texas speeding ticket fines are set by the municipality in which you received a ticket. Your ticket may show the fine on it, or you may need to contact the court. There is a different scale in each municipality. To give you an idea, here are average fines in a few different cities:

  • Houston
    • 1-5 miles per hour over speed limit: $165
    • 6-9 miles per hour over speed limit: $180
    • 10-14 miles per hour over speed limit: $195
    • 15-19 miles per hour over speed limit: $240
    • 20-29 miles per hour over speed limit: $265
    • 30 miles or more per hour over speed limit: $300
  • Austin
    • 5 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $164
    • 6-10 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $194
    • 11-15 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $239
    • 16-20 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $284
    • 21-25 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $301
    • 26-30 miles per hour or less over speed limit: $301
  • San Antonio
    • $166 for the first 10 miles per hour over speed limit and then $5 more for each additional mile per hour over that.

Comedy Defensive Driving can help you dismiss your speeding ticket quickly and save you money on your fine.

 

Texas Cities – Speeding Statistics

Texas is the state with the fifth highest volume of speeding tickets in the U.S. Here are some other statistics about speeding in Texas:

  • The largest “speed traps” tend to be counties on the I-10 and I-20 corridors; many of these counties are highly reliant on revenues from traffic violations.
  • Despite a population around 4,000, Sutton County recorded 378 speeding tickets of drivers going over 100 miles per hour in the first 11 months of 2015.
  • The greater Houston and Austin areas are also dense areas for speeding tickets; Montgomery, in Houston’s Harris County, saw 2,515 traffic tickets last year despite the fact the population is less than 700 people.
  • The largest speed traps in North Texas cities over 10,000 people, particularly around the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, are Southlake and Hurst (each of which has 0.5 traffic tickets per capita).
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