That’s right folks… CNBC put together a list of the Top Ten Most Ticketed Cars … and BMW was not on that list.
Does what we drive affect how we drive? That’s the question posed by Quality Planning , an analytics company that works with auto insurers. Quality Planning ranked the vehicles most likely to be ticketed, based on the number of moving violations issued for each 100,000 miles driven. The resulting top ten of the list contains a few predictable entries, but it’s not entirely comprised of flashy red sports cars.
Mercedes Benz and Toyota were not so lucky taking six of the top ten spots in total.
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CNBC’s “BMW: A Driving Obsession” will premiere on Wednesday, July 13th at 9pm ET. The documentary will repeat that evening at 10pm ET, 12am ET and 1am ET.The show will also repeat on Sunday, July 17th at 10pm ET.
BMW: A DRIVING OBSESSION
CNBC goes inside one of the most successfully managed brands and companies in the world – BMW. Its familiar blue and white logo stands as the symbol of prestigious, high-performance, luxury cars. A one-time aircraft engine manufacturer that eventually moved to motorcycles and offbeat sports sedans, BMW today commands brand recognition and respect that is the envy of the commercial world.
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