If you get pulled over while driving in Wisconsin, it’s most likely for speeding.
That’s according to statistics from the first quarter of this year released by the state Department of Transportation. Erin Egan with the DMV says those going 11-19 miles over the speed limit racked up 26,000 tickets in the first four months of the year. Another 13,000 were cited for traveling up to 10 miles over the speed limit.
Tickets for not being buckled-up came in second, thanks to a primary enforcement law that took effect last year. The third most common violation was operating with a suspended license.
Drunk driving came in at number seven on the list, with about 8,700 citations.
AUDIO: John Colbert reports (:36)