The Chicago Tribune, 30 March 2010
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30 mars 2010
Joe Mahr and Gerry Smith
"Most speeding tickets in the Chicago area don't go on driving records thanks to court supervision, a type of probation that helps speeders avoid license suspensions and higher insurance rates.
"An analysis of secretary of state data showed that 57 percent of Chicagoland drivers found guilty of speeding last year received supervision, which kept their driving records clean. Outside Cook County and the five collar counties, 39 percent of drivers on average got the deal.
"The practice last year kept more than 160,000 Chicago-area speeding tickets off the state system that records drivers' histories."