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    cloud on my tongue SurrealisticSlumbers's Avatar
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    Default Enneatype most likely to get speeding tickets

    Curious as to which enneatype most people would say has a problem with speeding, or getting caught speeding.
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    7s and 8s tend to be the bigger risk-takers, so probably them.
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    Any type can get caught speeding, there's no certain enneagram that may get caught more frequently then others, however, in terms of having problems with speeding, I'd say enneagram 7.
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    ESTP 7w8 so/sx

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    An e6 someone cut off.

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    7 to stupid to understand rule exist
    but everyone can speeding, but not everyone can be nabbed for speeding


    we would need to calculate which road, night or day, with which vehicle and if it does not happen something that would occupy the police in the city of the kind a terrosite attack

    it has far too many parameters to take into account

    im going to limit my answer to : only the stupid ones who are arrest, the question should be : which ennea is the most stupid?

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    Me!

    Ive almost gotten many, but I have gotten 1. Speeding tickets only matter if you get caught. So gotta keep in mind what types are cautious speeders.
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    I fall under the category of "cautious speeders." In the state of Maryland, I've had two speeding tickets. They were both around a month apart. That messed me up for a while, the first one more so because of the points incurred. I did the "Drivers' Improvement Program" and appeared in court. Luckily, the judge was understanding and took some points off/reduced my fine. Going through that program, they try to scare you straight with videos where people were doing stupid shit like drag racing or drinking and driving. (Interestingly enough, a former friend - emphasis on "former" - was a Criminal Justice major, and was always drag racing for an extra buck. Never got caught - as far as I know.) And I definitely own my mistake. I deserved what I got, at least the first time around. That was egregious speeding (just around 30 miles over). Second ticket was only about 10 miles over. Same stupid road. What's done is done; it's been six years since that all happened.

    Then, last year, I got busted in Pennsylvania. (If you're a Marylander, never, never, NEVER go even a mile over in PA.) I was getting tailgated like crazy on I-83. Sped up a bit and got over into the other lane; like clockwork, cop pulled me over. It was just a fine, no points. A mere few months after that, I was in PA again. (I live very close to the MD-PA border.) I was on an unmarked, country road in the middle of what I thought was a really rural place with no speed limit signs, slightly lost and confused. Same routine. Cop comes out of nowhere, lights flashing, pulls me over. Got a hefty fine, but no points.

    I now always try to be really careful in areas where I don't know what the police presence is like, or the enforcement of speed limits. Believe it or not, rural areas can be the worst, because the police are bored to tears due to the lack of homicides, rapes, and yunno, actual crime. They're just looking to pull people over, fine them, and make some money for their jurisdiction. And I never, ever act smart towards the cops. I try to always be pleasant and play dumb when I'm asked if I know why I got pulled over. Most of all, I keep my head on a swivel and avoid driving in PA at all costs if I can help it. I hate the double standard; Pennsylvanians drive like maniacs, riding your ass and zooming down dirt roads like they're on coke... but they can get away with that. When you're out-of-state, it's like you're a target, and I think Maryland is viewed as a snobby state by a lot of people in PA....

    Hah. Sorry for venting. Just wanted to share my speeding stories.
    Remembering "Jacques" and Jane Doe of Sumter Co., SC
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